JISAO supports educational and diversity outreach on the University of Washington campus through its undergraduate internship program and by partnering with established and nationally recognized University of Washington K-12 programs.
- NOAA Carbon Program Education: Tools for educators, students, and the public that describe the ocean carbon cycle.
- Explore the various science immersion opportunities JISAO provides for K-12 students.
- Looking for ideas for teaching science? Take a look at the educational resources JISAO's partners offer.
- UW K-12 Resource Guide: Searchable database providing information about a wide variety of educational resources offered by the University of Washington.
The air we breathe
Feature articles written by UW Bothel students connecting pollution, climate, and health.
Undergraduate Internship program
Each summer JISAO places ten undergraduate interns with UW or NOAA scientists for a nine-week summer research experience.
Research at JISAO, UW, and its NOAA partners span the range of environmental sciences with specific emphasis on atmospheric and oceanic sciences. Possible research activities include lab work, computational modeling, and participation in field studies. The chosen applicant’s research interest and abilities will be matched with UW or NOAA scientists and the needs of their research programs.