Tuesday: Student Panel Presentations. Evaluate (in class) other panels.
Thursday: Program Synthesis & Potluck
- Recap Project Presentations (judy)
- ESS Preview & Assignment for Break (judy)
- Recap gCORE (martha)
- Ecology post Worster (carri)
- Short Seminar on Worster, Part 6 (NO short paper due on seminar reading!)
Reading (due Thursday): Worster, Part 6
Assignment Due Tuesday: Post your panel’s powerpoint slides on the moodle prior to 5pm. Deliver the panel presentation with your fellow panelists (~20 min, ~10 min questions).
Assignment Due Thursday in class :
- Potluck contribution! Also – bring your utensils!
- NO short paper due on seminar reading!
- Research Paper (see Term Project Page for detailed information on paper) – includes 5-pg research paper, 5-pg interview analysis and highlighted transcripts. See term project page for links with more information on the paper.
- Your Climate Change Attitudes Interview Analysis. Bring either the original or a revised copy of your Interview Analysis – please do NOT put this in your portfolio, but give it separately to your seminar faculty.
- Portfolio (to be turned in to seminar faculty). As at midquarter, this should include all papers you have written during the quarter, with any faculty comments. See Portfolio checklist. REVISED PORTFOLIO CHECKLIST HERE (resolves questions). Note that your Self, Seminar Faculty, and Program Evaluations are NOT due until your evaluation conference!!!! The Portfolio checklist simply notes that you will eventually want to archive those documents in your cGORE portfolio!
MES Thesis Presentations (all in Seminar II, A1105)
- Tue Dec 6, 5:00-5:20pm, Nathan Krebs. Reader, Rob Knapp
- Tue Dec 6, 5:20-5:40pm, Jennifer Snyder. Reader, Judy Cushing
- Wed Dec 7, 4:30-4:50pm, Chris Holcomb. Reader, Gerardo Chin-Leo
- Wed Dec 7, 4:50-5:10pm, Luke Mattheis, Reader, Rob Knapp
- Thurs Dec 8, 4:30-5:30pm, Jodie DuBois: Factors that Trigger Willingness or Unwillingness to Conserve Farmland: Interviews with Farmland Owners in Thurston County. Reader, Ralph Murphy
Other Upcoming Events:
Saturday, Dec. 10. Critical Areas Ordinance Hearing, Thurston County, Superior Court, Bldg. 2. “The Growth Management Act requires local governments to protect five types of critical areas: important fish and wildlife habitat areas, wetlands, critical aquifer recharge areas, frequently flooded areas; and geologically hazardous areas, (such as bluffs). Thurston County’s critical areas regulations are a response to that law – they regulate how development and redevelopment can safely occur on lands that contain critical areas. The county’s Critical Areas Ordinance dates back to 1994, so many portions are out-of-date and have failed to keep pace with changes in state law. The county is now working to update the ordinance.”
Thanks to Sara Potter for this notice.