CE 543-Climate Change: from basic principles to modeling

Instructor: Yunha Lee Office: PACCAR 452 email: The goal of this class is to gain qualitative understanding of Earth’s climate change and numerical climate modeling. It will cover the aspect of major components of the Earth’s climate system, key physical processes affecting Earth’s energy balance, and how these are represented in current climate models. […]

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CE506: Theory and Measurements of Fluxes (3 credits in the 2017 fall semester)

Instructors:Dr. Heping Liu, Associate Professor in Laboratory for Atmospheric Research, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Pullman, WSU Contact:; Tel.: 509-335-1529; Course Overview: This course seeks to train graduate students in the theory and measurements of heat, water vapor, and carbon dioxide fluxes between terrestrial ecosystems and the atmosphere. Students will be introduced to the […]

Software Carpentry Workshop

Software Carpentry is a hands-on workshop being hosted by the Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach (CEREO), Center for Institutional Research Computing (CIRC), and Laboratory for Atmospheric Research (LAR). The two-day workshop will be held from August 16-17 and focuses on skills for computationally-intensive research.  Live exercises and tutorials will introduce a variety of […]

Stable Isotope Theory and Methods, (Biol 540), Fall 2017

Lecture: Tu, Th 9:10 – 10:25 Lab: TU 1:25 – 4:15 Students will learn to design, interpret, and critically evaluate the use of stable isotopic tools. Specifically, we will focus on efficiently learning terminology and notation, sources of variation, mathematical models of isotope composition, and key applications of stable isotope techniques. The laboratory section of […]

2017 EcoFS Summer Course Flyer

Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies * Study, snorkel & SCUBA dive on the Caribbean coral reef of Mexico *     May 21- June 10  or  June 14 – July 4 Colorado Ecosystem Field Studies   * Study, camp, & hike in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado *    June 18 – July 8  or  July 15- August 4 For all course information visit the […]


This proposal development course will begin on Wednesday, February 15 from 11:30 till 1:30 in Lighty 280 and will continue every Wednesday thereafter for ~8-10 weeks (or as needed). If this does not work for you, please contact Emily Brashear at the email address below and we will discuss options. For more information and […]

The Art of Science Communication

An online training course available to ALL scientists and STEM professionals. This course will provide participants with fundamental training in science communication, focusing on how to present science to a non-expert audience in a formal setting. The course covers the important components of what makes for a successful presentation and participants will be able to […]

INTERDISCIPLINARY 590: Preparation for College Teaching

Instructor: Dr. Raymond Herrera, Assistant Dean, Graduate School Credits: 2, Meetings: Wednesdays 8:10 – 10:00 a.m., Thompson Hall 24 Designed for graduate students who will be teaching assistants and/or exploring careers that involve teaching at the college level. Experiences, perspectives, and best practices of college teachers from multiple disciplines will be presented. All graduate students […]

ENR SCI 592: Systematic reviews in environmental science

1-2 credits, Terrell Rm 106, W 11:10-12:25 Instructor: Dr. Steve Powers, ( ) Graduate students often face challenges navigating and understanding the immense and rapidly expanding primary literature. This special Topics course aims to equip graduate students to conduct novel systematic reviews and accelerate review components of graduate research. *R coding experience a […]