I am writing to you today to enlist your assistance in advertising the 2017 CSUMB Ocean Science REU program to your undergraduate students. We are now accepting applications.
Students in our REU program can choose to conduct research in Monterey Bay in the following areas:
Marine Biology and Ecology
The UW WiSE program is pleased to be hosting the annual WiSE Conference. The WiSE program and conference strives to empower women studying and/or pursuing their future and present careers within the engineering, technology and science fields to discover new and diverse opportunities, identify personal strengths, and energize their dreams and motivation to embark on new academic and professional ventures.
International Students and Employment Pathways
Would you like to learn about options for working in the US after graduation from experts in immigration law? If so, come hear from immigration lawyers about how to prepare! You will learn about:
Talent and skills-based visas
Optional Practical Training
What: International Students and Employment Pathways
When: Thursday, December 1, 2016, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Apply for Alternative Spring Break in Science Mentorship! Inspire leadership, learning and interest in science among Native youth of the Yakama Nation. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply! Deadline is Friday, Dec 2nd.
More info here: http://tinyurl.com/ASB-Science
Please include this message in your list serve:
Want to do something meaningful over Spring Break this year?
Inspire leadership, learning and interest in science among Native youth of the Yakama Nation, and gain experience facilitating science projects!
Join us in Seattle TOMORROW for a talk on Climate Change and Rivers!
RRNW Seattle Speaker Series Tomorrow (Nov. 29th), Guillaume Mauger, PhD, Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington
Join us for the next installment of the RRNW Seattle Speaker Series November 29th at 6:30pm!
Speaker: Guillaume Mauger, PhD, Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington
WSC, USFWS, Conservation Scientist/Educator
Interested in gaining valuable resume building aquatic conservation science experience while supporting the historic Elwha River recovery effort (Port Angeles, WA)? Apply now for this six month position!
This AmeriCorps service member will be responsible for a restoration project as well as providing field support on multiple fronts, including but not limited to: estuarine fish sampling, river food web sampling, adult and juvenile salmonid enumeration and fish migration monitoring.
The Bureau of Reclamation is hiring two Fish Biologists for their Columbia-Cascades Area Office in Yakima, WA. Reclamation is seeking a career professional looking for an opportunity to capitalize on his or her expertise as a Fish Biologist. Make a difference in the West by assisting in meeting increasing water demands while protecting the environment.
Here is an opportunity to join a great organization with excellent growth potential!
Sound Salmon Solutions is seeking to hire two seasonal Habitat Restoration Technicians for the upcoming field season. In this position, the technicians will
implement field-based restoration efforts both independently, as a team and under the supervision of SSS staff Habitat Specialist, Habitat Coordinator, Program
Manager and any project partners to improve water quality, habitat quality and quantity. For more information about Sound Salmon Solutions and the work that they
do, visit: www.soundsalmonsolutions.org and www.facebook.com/soundsalmonsolutions
For full details of the position requirements, please visit: http://www.soundsalmonsolutions.org/employment/
Application deadline is December 1, 2016.
SAFS Professor Julia Parrish is featured on Huffington Post:
‘The puffins were not supposed to be there. Though the birds are a common sight on the Alaskan island of St. Paul, they typically fly the coop before October, heading south to overwinter.
But a few bedraggled birds had been discovered on the wind-swept, rocky shoreline of the North Pacific island during the first week of October.
2017 Ocean Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program
Students in our REU program can choose to conduct research in Monterey Bay in the following areas (the list of research topics within each area is not exhaustive):
Marine Biology and Ecology (includes population ecology, kelp forest ecology, marine landscape ecology, marine microbiology, population genetics, ecophysiology and biomechanics)