Develop and implement our social media communications strategy.
Tell the story of the Center in short, eye-catching videos.
Assist the program manager with scheduling meetings; event planning and staffing; managing our website and mailing list; and other administrative needs.
Develop web-based applications for visualizing data on the popularity of parks and open-spaces in the Pacific Northwest.
Games for Our Future Game Jam | SAVE THE DATE: Saturday-Sunday, April 14-15, 2018
This year we are teaming up with Seattle Indies, the Seattle Serious & Social impact Games Meetup, and the Pacific Science Center to put on a weekend game jam focused on “surviving climate change.” The jam will be preceded by informative mixers where game developers and researchers can meet and learn from each other about what makes a good “earthgame.” More info here!
EarthGames on Tap | SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, April 19, 2018
A fun and inspiring evening salon bringing together professionals from the game development, environmental research, and education sectors to meet and catalyze new games that are good for people and the planet. This year the evening will include a showcase of games created by the EarthGames Jam (see above). We plan to host EarthGames on Tap annually in the spring: email earthgamesUW@gmail.com to join the mailing list, and join our Facebook group to stay in touch and grow the community. Registration coming soon here.
Join our community
Do you have an idea for an Incubator and funding to support it? We host self-funded Transdisciplinary Project Incubators on any cross-cutting topic related to conservation and sustainability from teams of practitioners and University of Washington researchers. Read more here.
Calls for proposals
Our call for proposals for Project Incubators for 2017 has closed. Please check back again for our next call.