Post-doc opportunity for studying exploited fish stocks in relation to climate change.
Note that it is a 2-year post-doc through U. Oslo, but that 18 months are spent at UC Davis.
The Center for Teaching and Learning and Undergraduate Academic Affairs invites you to take part in recognizing the many dedicated and inspiring faculty and graduate students at the University of Washington. Nominate your instructor for one of the following: Distinguished Teaching Award, Distinguished Teaching Award for Innovation, Excellence in Teaching Award, or the S. Sterling Munro Public Service Teaching Award. Providing an enriching undergraduate and graduate learning experience is what connects are recipients.
I took advantage of Thomas’ list to spread the word of 3 graduate position at Cornell University Department of Natural Resources and the Cornell Biological Field Station working with zooplankton-phytoplankton interactions in the deep chlorophyll layer of Lake Ontario, comparative mysid ecology across the Great Lakes, and rehabilitation of endangered native coregonid in Lake Ontario. The two more limnological positions comes supported for 5 years and are most suitable for doctoral students, the coregonid project is supported for 2 years (MSc).
Prototype funding Application: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/uwcie/185034
DUE December 16, 2012
If you have a passion for cleantech, the smarts to play in the emerging green economy, and the desire to leverage your background to make an impact, the UW Environmental Innovation Challenge can provide just the platform (and the funding!) you’ve been looking for.
HOW IT WORKS
Interdisciplinary student teams define a cleantech problem, design and develop a solution, and work together to produce both a prototype (proof of concept or computer simulation) and a 5 to 7-page business summary that outlines the market opportunity.
Potential funding opportunity for talented undergraduates:
Financial Support for Undergraduate Studies in Environmental Sciences is
available from the National Center for Environmental Research, a unit of the
EPA Office of Research and Development, which is seeking applications for
its Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowships For Undergraduate
Environmental Study. This fellowship program forms part of efforts to ensure
that the United States meets its current and projected human resource needs
in the environmental science, engineering, and policy fields.
ADDING/DROPPING AUTUMN QUARTER CLASSES
September 28 – Last day to add, drop or change a course in the Registration Office without being assessed a $20 Fee and possible tuition forfeiture
October 1-7 – Unrestricted drop period $20 fee
October 9-November 11 – Late Course Drop Period Use of Annual Drop Required and a $20 Fee is Assessed
October 14 – Last day to add a course through MyUW
November 11 – Last day to change to or from S/NS grade option.