Environmental Science and Geology
Internship with the Southeast Alaska Land Trust summer internship (see attached).
|2015-02-11 SEAL Trust Internship Opportunity
PhD student, Cheryl Barnes, is looking for some motivated undergrads to work with her this summer on a flatfish feeding ecology study. See the attached flyer and application.
|FEL-JFC-UAF Internship Description2015
|FEL-JFC-UAF Internship Application2015
The below includes: geology internship in Thorne Bay, AK; positions at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center; field positions at the Sitka Sound Science Center; a GIS course through OSU; Masters of Professional Science through Miami;Geo Eco volunteer opportunities
Pathways Student Intern, Physical Science (Trainee) GS-1399-4/5, Intern NTE 9/30/15, Thorne Bay, Alaska
Work with famous Southeast Alaska Geologist, Jim Baichtal
We will be hiring a maintenance/custodial crew for Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center this summer. Primary duties will be cleaning up after the crowds, but duties will also include repair of facilities and minor maintenance of trails, vegetation, signs and more. Look for an announcement in USA jobs next week.
All federal jobs are posted on www.USAJobs.gov. Applicants may prepare job search accounts and information on this website prior to the opening date.
The position will be posted on February 13th and be open until February 19th for applying. The job announcement number is 15-TEMP-R10-3566-2CUS-DT-MC.
Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center
USDA Forest Service
8510 Mendenhall Loop Road
Juneau, AK 99801
907 789-6635 ph
Subject: Sitka Sound Science Center is hiring for summer field positions
We are now hiring for several field positions on our chum salmon interaction study. Please feel free to share this posting with prospective and enthusiastic field technicians! If you know of any good avenues for advertising feel free to let me know as well.
Hatchery/Wild Interaction Project Coordinator
Sitka Sound Science Center
834 Lincoln Street, Suite 200
Sitka, Alaska 99835
(907)747-8878 ext. 9
E-CAMPUS COURSE through Oregon State University, SPRING 2015
Global Environmental Change: Using Spatial Data to Inform Decision - BEE 411 CRN # 58732 - BEE 511 CRN # 58733
Instructor: Dr. Dominique Bachelet, Department: Biological and Ecological Engineering
Email: email@example.com, Phone: 541.368.5807
Teaching Assistant: Kai Foster, Conservation Biology Institute
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 541.368.5804
3 CREDITS * SPRING/FALL 2015 *UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE LEVELS
Each week students will engage with each other using course materials 1) to discuss and examine geographic information resources (GIS) and on-line mapping tools, 2) to explore and critique current conservation datasets and information used by managers; and 3) to propose practical applications to address global environmental change questions.
What students are saying about online courses: "I have to admit, I am extremely thrilled that this course is being offered online---as an "out of state" student, online courses cost me a fraction of regular non-resident tuition (everyone on e-campus pays the same rate!), so I always jump at the opportunity to take my required courses online. The benefits of e-campus courses are twofold for me, as I've been working as a part-time research assistant…and trying to squeeze work hours sometime between 9am and 5pm into a full on-campus course schedule can really become a juggling act some terms. So, as far as I'm concerned, the department deserves a giant THANK YOU for beginning to offer courses online for those of us who are not strictly "traditional" students, so to speak."
The Master of Professional Science degree, offered at University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (http://www.rsmas.miami.edu), is intended for students interested in generating innovative solutions to marine, coastal and climate related issues. Our students are exposed to a unique, multidisciplinary and applied curriculum, including science theory, field and laboratory training, legal and regulatory knowledge, communication and media training, and the development of business savvy.
We prepare our students for science careers in industry, government, and non-profit organizations, where employment demands are growing. The curriculum is structured to allow students to complete their degree in as few as 12 months, with the training and real-world experience necessary to prepare them for careers in today’s professional science job market.
The degree programs offered in Fall 2015 include:
Marine & Coastal Science
* Applied Remote Sensing
* Coastal Sustainability
* Coastal Zone Management
* Exploration Science
* Fisheries Management and Conservation
* Marine Conservation
* Marine Mammal Science
* Tropical Marine Ecosystem Management
* Joint JD/MPS
Ocean, Atmosphere, and Climate Science
* Broadcast Meteorology
* Computational Meteorology and Oceanography
* Natural Hazard and Catastrophe Analytics
* Weather, Climate and Society
* Weather Forecasting
We are evaluating applications for Fall 2015 now, and this will continue on a rolling basis until June 1st, 2015. For more information regarding how to apply, coursework, pre-requisites and much more, please visit the program website - http://mps.rsmas.miami.edu/, visit us on Facebook www.facebook.com/Rosenstiel.ScienceMasters, and download the attachment.
Master of Professional Science
Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
University of Miami
4600 Rickenbacker Cswy S/A 132
Key Biscayne, FL 33149
305-421-4340 (MPS office)
GeoEco has volunteer opportunities for Geography and other students and faculty.
Summer field tech for NSF project in W AK
I am looking to hire a Res Tech for the period 1 April to 1 September to work on our NSF YK delta goose herbivory project.
They need to be pretty field savvy and a bit tough as there is a big early season camp put in via snow machines and hauling gear from Chevak to our field site, 20 miles west.
~$18 per hour for 172 hours per month for 5 months: almost $16k plus the project provides all the food for the summer.
The start date is 1 April, so it is likely the candidate might not be a student, the start date is pretty fixed.
Jeffrey M Welker
Ecosystem Field Studies (EFS) is pleased to announce summer sessions of our 2 field course opportunities: Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies & Colorado Ecosystem Field Studies. These courses (ENST 391) are approved for 3 undergraduate semester credits through the Environmental Studies Program of the University of Montana at Missoula and are open to undergraduate students in an ecosystem related department/major such as yours.
In these courses, students learn basic concepts in ecosystem science and engage with a wide variety of hands-on field research methods while conducting an original field research project. New this year are extended credit options of a post-course Independent Research project or Internship at our course partner location. These extended opportunities will greatly enhance the overall educational strength of the program.
I am kindly requesting the attached pdf announcement be distributed via email and/or posted in your department. I have also attached a text announcement below if attachments are problematic. I sincerely appreciate your assistance in distributing this course announcement. There is no set deadline as we accept qualified students on a rolling basis until the course fills.
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If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding these courses please feel free to contact me at email@example.com. A full syllabus is available at the course website: www.ecofs.org. Should you choose to unsubscribe from future course announcements just reply with” unsubscribe” in the message body, and if possible, the reason why you wish to unsubscribe.
Thanks for making this rewarding field opportunity available to your students.
Director, Ecosystem Field Studies
www.ecofs.org firstname.lastname@example.org 303 859-0173
|2015 EFS summer field course announcement