Are you an undergraduate science student at the UW – physical sciences, biological sciences, environmental sciences, ChemE or BioE, social sciences, and looking for a part-time, full-time, and/or an internship opportunity? You don’t want to miss the annual Science Job & Internship Fair!
Seattle Campus Science Job & Internship Fair
Wednesday, February 1st, 2017
2:00-5:00pm, MGH Commons
The Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center, in partnership with the Southwest Fisheries Science Center, will be conducting an EEZ-wide survey in Hawaii (main and northwestern Hawaiian Islands) for cetaceans in the summer and fall of 2017. The Hawaiian Islands Cetacean and Ecosystem Assessment Survey, or HICEAS, will take place on seven 25-30 day legs on 2 ships (R/Vs Oscar Sette and Reuben Lasker) from July to December 2017.
What is Let’s Talk?
Let’s Talk is a program that connects UW students with support from experienced counselors from the Counseling Center and Hall Health Center, without an appointment. Counselors hold drop-in hours at two sites on campus.
Talking with a counselor can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources.
Let’s Talk drop-in visits are:
No appointment necessary
Winter Quarter 2017 Let’s Talk schedule
Job Description – Fisheries Biologist
FOCUS: Restoration monitoring and evaluation
LOCATION: CFS Watershed Sciences Lab, Issaquah, WA
Overview: Cramer Fish Sciences (CFS) is a fisheries consulting firm that conducts research and monitoring throughout the Pacific Northwest and California. Our mission is to rigorously apply the scientific method to afford our clients innovative, scientifically robust solutions to address a variety of fisheries and environmental challenges.
Are you looking for a summer research internship studying ocean, coastal or environmental science? I invite you to check out the University of Southern California’s Summer REU program. Undergraduate students in this summer program spend 10 weeks (June 5 – August 11, 2017) at the Wrigley Marine Science Center on Catalina Island to conduct mentored summer research projects related to marine science.
Hello SAFS Undergraduates:
Chris Grue is recruiting a select group of undergraduates from SAFS or SEFS to assist with the development of a functional predation test using Chinook salmon smolts and smallmouth bass to confirm the safety of a new herbicide for the control of Eurasian watermilfoil. Students will assist with (contribute to) the design of the test and validating the test using the facilities at the SAFS aquatic facility (hatchery).
Position Description: Environmental Science Center Beach Naturalist
The Environmental Science Center (ESC) is a non-profit organization, offering quality, experiential environmental education programs at local beaches, streams, forested areas, and in classrooms throughout South King County. We are currently hiring Beach Naturalists for our spring 2017 Beach Heroes Programs, to take place at Seahurst Park in Burien.
The Beach Heroes program introduces students to the local Puget Sound beach habitat and the organisms that live there.
SAFS post-doc Rachel Hovel and SAFS professor Tom Quinn are featured in UW Today:
‘One of Alaska’s most abundant freshwater fish species is altering its breeding patterns in response to climate change. This could impact the ecology of northern lakes, which already acutely feel the effects of a changing climate.
That’s the main finding of a recent University of Washington study published in Global Change Biology that analyzed reproductive patterns of three-spine stickleback fish over half a century in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region.
SAFS grad Timothy Cline and SAFS professors Daniel Schindler and Ray Hilborn are featured in UW Today:
‘Fishing communities can survive ― and even thrive ― as fish abundance and market prices shift if they can catch a variety of species and nimbly move from one fishery to the next.
These findings, published Jan. 16 in Nature Communications, draw upon 34 years of data collected in more than 100 fishing communities in Alaska that depend on fishing for livelihoods, cultural traditions and daily subsistence.
REU program at WWU Shannon Point Marine Center
Gain hands-on experience doing marine science research on the beautiful waters of the Salish Sea.
The Shannon Point Marine Center is accepting applications for the 2017 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. Program participants work one-on-one with faculty mentors studying themes related to productivity and nutrient cycling in local watershed systems; marine microbial ecology; physiology of symbiosis; larval development; physiology, ecology, and morphology of marine invertebrates; coastal oceanography; and chemical ecology.