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Student Health Law Organization’s yearly fundraiser, Race Judicata.
Magnuson Park (7400 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115) by the picnic shelters
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Many of you probably know of the Student Health Law Organization’s yearly fundraiser, Race Judicata. SHLO is excited to announce that this year’s race will be on April 19th!
If you don’t know what Race Judicata is, it’s a fundraising event for SHLO. We raise money for a PILA grant that goes to a student whose position is health-law related.
We’d love for UWHealthLaw email list members to attend this year’s event!
Date: April 19th, 2015
Time: 9:30 AM race time, 8:30 AM
Location: Magnuson Park (7400 Sandpoint Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115) by the picnic shelters
Cost: $25 for students; $30 for non-students; teams of 5 get $5 off per registration.
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1405192596456231/
To Register: http://www.active.com/seattle-wa/running/races/race-judicata-2015
Questions? Please contact Mariah Hanley, Co-President of SHLO and Race Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Monday - The Arctic and Environmental Justice Issues
William H. Gates Hall
12:30 PM - 1:20 PM
UW Law and the UW Fulbright Chair in Arctic Studies present:
“Addressing Cumulative Impacts of Environmental Change and Development Projects on Sea Ice Ecosystems in Hudson Bay”
Joel P. Heath, 2014-15 UW Canada Fulbright Visiting Chair in Arctic Studies; Executive Director, The Arctic Eider Society
As the 2014-15 UW Canada Fulbright Visiting Chair in Arctic Studies, Dr. Heath's research project combines Inuit and scientific knowledge to address cumulative impacts of environmental change and hydroelectric developments on sea ice ecosystems in Hudson Bay. Community driven research programs provide capacity to assess hydrological changes affecting sea ice habitats, oceanography and wildlife, with a focus on increasing entrapments and mortality of marine birds and mammals. The project considers how increasing hydroelectric exports from eastern Canada to the U.S. provides new challenges as well as opportunities to address water management issues through policies which more closely match distribution with the natural timing of the hydrological cycle, mitigating impacts on sea ice and Inuit. It promotes establishing inter-jurisdictional stewardship for Hudson Bay by establishing a consortium of academics, government, communities and industry to assess cumulative impacts and address environmental justice issues in Hudson Bay.
Joel Heath served as project leader for Canada’s largest International Polar Year Training, Education and Outreach project establishing long term community-driven research programs in Hudson Bay. He is Director/Producer of the award winning feature film People of a Feather. Heath has a Ph.D. from Simon Fraser University in Biological Sciences and broad interdisciplinary experience.
The Canada Fulbright Visiting Chair in Arctic Studies brings scholars, scientists, practitioners and leaders involved in Arctic affairs to UW to build new synergies with Canadian colleagues and reinforce relations. It is supported by the UW Office of Global Affairs, the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, Social Sciences Division, College of Arts and Sciences, College of the Environment, and the Foundation for Educational Exchange Between the U.S. and Canada, Ottawa. The Canadian Studies Center serves as the hosting unit for the Canada Fulbright Chair. The lecture is co-sponsored with UW Law Global Affairs, the Arctic Law and Policy Institute, and Environmental Law Initiatives.