Session 1K

Environmental Activism/Environmental Research in the Pacific Northwest

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM | Moderated by Michael Kucher
Add to my favorites Inequitable Distribution: Wind and Waste Facilities in the Pacific Northwest
Presenter
  • Shawn M. (Shawn) Friang, Senior, Science, Technology, and Society (Bthll)
Mentor
  • Gwen Ottinger, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Bothell Campus)

Add to my favorites Environmental Justice & Wind Farms: Limits to Meaningful Participation in Kittitas County, WA
Presenter
  • Eric Timothy (Eric) Hopson, Senior, Environmental Studies (Bothell), Society, Ethics, & Human Behavior (Bthl)
Mentor
  • Gwen Ottinger, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Bothell Campus)

Add to my favorites Rapid and Sensitive Detection of Pesticides in Aqueous Solution Using Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS)
Presenter
  • Matthew (Matt) Idso, Senior, Chemical Engineering
Mentor
  • Qiuming Yu, Chemical Engineering

Add to my favorites The Ideal Farmland Protection Program and the State of Farmland Preservation in the Puget Sound Basin
Presenter
  • Anshika Kumar, Senior, Economics, Environmental Studies
Mentor
  • P. Sean McDonald, Program on the Environment

Add to my favorites The Correlation Between Human Land Use and Stormwater Runoff in the Puyallup Valley
Presenter
  • Serena D. (Serena) Bell, Junior, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Environmental Studies), UW Tacoma
Mentor
  • Michael Kucher, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites The Ecological Impact Over Time on Titlow Beach Due to European Methods of Transportation
Presenters
  • Heidi J. Mc Reynolds, Senior, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (General Studies), UW Tacoma
  • Brad Smith, Senior, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Self & Society), UW Tacoma
Mentor
  • Michael Kucher, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites The Diaper Decision: Parents Perspectives on their Diaper Choices
Presenter
  • Pamela Anne Shumate, Senior, Environmental Science & Resource Management
Mentor
  • Stanley Asah, Environmental & Forest Sciences