Seeking graduate students with research, experience, or interest in the areas of water demand management, water supply, and water conservation.
Please respond via email to Jon Yoder email@example.com or Jacqueline McCabe firstname.lastname@example.org by May 4 if you would like to receive a graduate student scholarship. If you wish to be considered for an oral presentation slot, we will need their contact information and 300 word maximum abstract submitted by May 4, 2017. If you are planning to present a poster, we will need contact information (name and email) before or by May 17, 2017.
Meeting scheduled May 1, 11:00am in PACCAR 305 in regards to this application, see in “Looking Forward” below.
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Projects supported by the Higher Education Challenge Grants Program will: (1) address a state, regional, national, or international educational need; (2) involve a creative or non-traditional approach toward addressing that need that can serve as a model to others; (3) encourage and facilitate better working relationships in the university science and education community, as well as between universities and the private sector, to enhance program quality and supplement available resources; and (4) result in benefits that will likely transcend the project duration and USDA support.
The intern will assist NRCS with the annual maintenance and upgrading of NRCS’s Snotel and snow course sites across the state. Based out of Boise, the 13 weeks of work will take you to tops of mountains from the headwaters of the Snake River to the Idaho Panhandle.
For a complete job description and to apply, please visit:
Mark Solomon, Interim IWRRI Director
USGS is seeking summer interns to evaluate hydrologic cycle models and observational data across the United States. A prototype tool has been developed that allows exploration of observations and model results at several spatial and temporal scales. During the summer, a team of students will engage in rigorous application of this tool to identify the strengths and weaknesses of existing models of the hydrologic cycle. Students will also have the opportunity to improve the tool and add functionality. Through frequent interactions with developers of hydrologic models within USGS, interns will be challenged to think critically about the representation of hydrologic processes used in models and to consider alternative strategies towards model development and evaluation. This unique summer session will be held at the USGS offices in the Denver Federal Center.
Applications are due through USAJobs by April 14.
Project leads for this summer session are William Farmer, Lauren Hay, and Julie Kiang. Please contact William Farmer with any questions (email@example.com, 303-236-4981).
National Science Foundation
Preproposal Due Date: May 31, 2017
Full Proposal Deadline: Sept 30, 2017
Opportunity is set to begin on May 30, 2017
Please complete and email the General Application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For fall of 2017 and spring of 2018. The internship will provide exposure to the many forms of science communication over a 12-week period. This is a paid internship and carries a stipend of $6000. The internship is available to current or recent graduate students (terminal degree within 2 years) in the aquatic sciences. Selection criteria include demonstrated interest in one or more aspects of science communication, strong communications skills, and excellent academic record within the aquatic sciences.
To apply for the ASLO Science Communication Internship, please submit the following via email to Adrienne Sponberg, ASLO Director of Communications and Science, at email@example.com. Applications must be received by midnight EST, May 10, 2017.
Applications will be accepted through March 30, 2017
This full time position requires a person who will partner with landowners, tribes, conservation districts, land trusts, local, state, and federal agencies to implement and fund innovative programs and projects with lasting benefits to endangered fish, streams, and local economies. Project Management methodology must include a collaborative, consultative approach in addition to a technical and scientific skill set so that high quality services are delivered which leverages flexible funds for each project.
Please submit a cover letter and resume which addresses the skills and attributes needed for this job. The cover letter and resume can be sent or emailed to:
Susan Adams, Executive Director
1530 Westlake Avenue N, Ste 400
Seattle, Washington 98109
Applications are due 5:00pm ET on Tuesday May 16, 2017
The SCGSR program is open to current Ph.D. students in qualified graduate programs at accredited U.S. academic institutions, who are conducting their graduate thesis research in targeted areas of importance to the DOE Office of Science. The research opportunity is expected to advance the graduate students’ overall doctoral thesis/dissertation while providing access to the expertise, resources, and capabilities available at the DOE laboratories. The supplemental award provides for additional, incremental costs for living and travel expenses directly associated with conducting the SCGSR research project at the DOE host laboratory during the award period.
The Office of Science expects to make approximately 50 awards in 2017 Solicitation 1, for project periods beginning anytime between October 30, 2017 and February 28, 2018.
For any questions, please contact the SCGSR Program Manager, Dr. Ping Ge, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date expected to be March 25, 2017
The intern would support operational and development work of the group throughout the country.
Types of activities may include, but are not limited to, compiling information on wildlife and wind interactions, reviewing permitting requirements and developing permit applications, data entry and synthesis, reviewing and summarizing relevant environmental or wind-specific policies at the state and/or federal level and general support for wind-related operational and development.
Preferred skills include degree work in biology, environmental sciences, environmental policy, or similar studies and strong written and verbal communication skills. Working knowledge of Windows-based business software applications, including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Location: Portland, Oregon
Work Schedule: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Monday to Friday
This is a paid position.
Opportunity is set to begin on May 30, 2017
The Data Carpentry workshop, sponsored by CEREO and WSU’s Graduate and Professional Student Association, is a two-day, hands-on event geared towards those interested in developing core skills for working with data effectively and reproducibly. This workshop covers the fundamental, computational skills needed for data management and analysis, including how to create, clean and import data, and work with data in R, using methods that are readable, reusable and reliable. Participants work through short tutorials and practical exercises done via live coding. No prior experience with R or programming is necessary. This workshop will be held in 20-21 March, 2017. Register today at: https://stephlabou.github.io/2017-03-20-wsu/