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IAFF 2190W Teaching Assistant [Job Opportunity]

Prof. Woytowicz is hiring a TA for IAFF 2190W for this spring. Applications are due Tuesday, November 10!

Science Open House at the UHP [Snacks and Science]

Check out Prof. Miller’s Climate class present their CO2 sensor project this Tuesday, April 29th, from 11:15-12:45 in the UHP townhouse club room!

Two Science Open House Events!

This week: check out the work UHPers have done in their Scientific Reasoning and Discovery courses. Honors poster sessions are a great place to learn a little science and eat a little sandwich.

Prof. Miller’s Science Course – Time Change/Registration Closure

Prof. Miller’s Scientific Reasoning & Discovery course is closed to students not currently enrolled in his course this semester. The course will also occur at a new time.

Can Humanities and Science Get Along?

Is physics the opposite of philosophy? What does art have to do with biology? What does biology have to do with art? Check out this article from the New Republic arguing that the humanities and science can get along.

New One Credit Course – Research in Science!

Looking for one more credit to round out your fall schedule? Think iPhones and Google Glass are the bee’s knees? Wondering if bees really DO have knees?

Science Course Descriptions

The gerbils that spin the wheels of the Internet are on vacation, and we’re unable to post our science course descriptions on our website! Dang gerbils. But fear not, the remaining science course descriptions are posted here for your reading pleasure. 

Capital Climate Initiative Open House [Event]

Join Prof. Miller’s science class for this open house presentation Friday, May 3rd from 10:30am to noon in the UHP town house in Foggy Bottom!

Solar Decathlon Class Still Available

There’s still space in the Solar Decathlon course, which now counts towards GW’s Sustainability Minor.

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