AOI is currently recruiting for new graduates that could begin a North Pacific Groundfish Observer Program training in Seattle on 12/26/17. Candidates willing to travel and begin work close to the holidays are urgently needed.
If any alumni or recent graduates are still looking for marine science field positions please have them contact me directly at: 888-317-9343
Alaskan Observers, Inc.
Student Legal Services (SLS) is looking for TWO undergraduate legal assistants to begin at the end of February 2018. The position is part-time (about 10-15 hours/week) and would be a two year commitment.
SLS is the only on campus law firm that serves students at the University of Washington at all levels of their education. For over 40 years, SLS has helped UW students focus on their education by making legal matters seem approachable and affordable.
SAFS Professor Tom Quinn is featured in UW Today:
‘It’s no secret that human activities affect fish, particularly those that must migrate to reproduce. Years of building dams and polluting rivers in some regions have left fish such as salmon struggling to return to their home streams and give birth to the next generation.
A new University of Washington study points to yet another human factor that is hampering the ability of fish to reproduce: the timing of our fishing seasons.
I was wondering if you could share a job opportunity with the SAFS community.
The position is in in my lab fisheries research lab with Oregon Dept of Fish & Wildlife in Newport Oregon. The person will assist with a project to develop a novel nearshore fishery-independent survey to improve assessment and sustainable management of nearshore rocky reef fish stocks off of Oregon.
The Pipeline Project is excited to announce that our applications for our 2018 Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break Program are open! Looking for a meaningful way to spend your spring break? Look no further!
Pipeline recruits a group of UW undergraduates to volunteer on a Literacy Arts project with elementary, middle or high school kids in rural and tribal communities around Washington during spring break.
Advisers and students are invited to attend the Autumn 2017 Program on the Environment Capstone Symposium. The event is on Wednesday, November 29, from 4:30PM – 8:00PM. The symposium is a great chance to get to know the range of topics students delve into for the Environmental Studies major. There will be both oral and poster presentations.
The symposium will be held in the FSH Auditorium & Lobby, 1122 NE Boat St (uw.edu/maps/?fsh).
Dear Friends of OMAD,
On behalf of the OMAD Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment Office, I am pleased to announce the 2017-2018 Student Ambassador Program is accepting new applications.
Please help us spread the word to your outstanding students interested in making a difference!
What is a Student Ambassador?
Working as part of the Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment team, Student Ambassadors are influential student leaders engaged in creative, empowerment-based activities to encourage high school and middle-school students to pursue higher education.
Colleagues – I anticipate funds to support (one) Postdoctoral Scientist and (one) PhD Assistantship to begin late Spring or early Summer 2018. These positions are part of a larger project with goals to develop a better understanding of the effects of fire and climate change on boreal aquatic ecosystem dynamics. Position descriptions and application instructions are attached.
I will also hire a B.S.- or M.S.-level Senior Technician/Lab Manager as part of this project.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is pleased to announce the availability of scholarships for undergraduate students majoring in disciplines related to oceanic and atmospheric science, research, or technology, and supportive of the purposes of NOAA’s programs and mission. Over 100 students are selected each year for participation in the Ernest F. Hollings (Hollings) and Educational Partnership Program (EPP) scholarship programs.
Register for Winter 2018 online courses
Register now for winter quarter online classes. Enjoy the convenience and flexibility of the University of Washington’s online courses. As a UW matriculated student, this winter you can take some of the most popular online credit classes as part of your normal tuition load and pay an online fee of only $120 per class.