UW Annual Turkey TuMEbler

The UW-Seattle ASME is putting on a fun social event for their members and engineering students and they want to see attendance from our members too. They are hosting their annual Turkey TuMEbler, a bowling event, on Wednesday, November 20th from 5-7pm. There will be pizza, drinks, pie, games, and various merchandise being sold. Entry […]

UW Engineering Lecture Series – The Future of Food 1

Growing More with Less: Smart Tech Solutions to Feed the World Register Here Dr. Faisal Hossain, Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering Hosted at UW-Seattle Kane Hall Room 130 Asia has some of the fastest growing economies in the world, but it is also home to two-thirds of the global hunger population. Regional […]

UW Engineering Lecture Series – The Future of Food 3

Floods, Fish and People: Challenges and Opportunities in the Mekong River Basin Register Here Hosted at UW-Seattle Kane Hall Room 130 Gordon Holtgrieve, H. Mason Keeler Associate Professor, Aquatic Fishery Sciences, College of the Environment Freshwater ecosystems provide food security, energy and water to people in the Mekong River Basin. Habitat alterations, pollution, climate change […]

UW Engineering Lecture Series – The Future of Food 2

Human and Ecosystem Health: Arsenic in Food, Water, Plants and Animals Register Here Hosted at UW-Seattle Kane Hall Room 130 Rebecca Neumann, Associate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering Arsenic is a naturally occurring but carcinogenic pollutant. Its ubiquitous presence in natural and agricultural environments threatens global food security and negatively affects the […]