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First Call for Abstracts for Oral & Poster Presentations at the upcoming NORTHWEST SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION

A Joint Meeting with Northwest Lichenologists Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID, March 26-29, 2019.

Keynote Address by Brian Atwater – “American and Japanese clues to the 1700 Cascadia Earthquake”
Jim O’Connor – “The Bonneville Landslide and Bridge of the Gods–Folklore, Forests, and Floods”
Nick Zentner – “Eastern Washington’s Greatest Hits….Geologically”
Banquet Presentation by Jack Nisbet, renowned Northwest author and historian

Abstract Submission opens January 2019
Student participation encouraged!

Visit our website for more information https://www.northwestscience.org/

Spokane River Forum Conference 2019

April 16 & 17, 2019 at The Davenport Grand Hotel, Spokane WA.

Registration is now open.

As with past conferences, over 250 people are expected to attend. Our tradition of offering a unique and innovative bi-state opportunity to share information, network with others and reach out to the public continues.

The theme for this year’s conference is “Building Resiliency.” “To secure our economic and quality of life future,” said Forum board member Guy Gregory, “our communities are building resiliency with new infrastructure, policies and education. At the same time, our collaborative energies are being challenged in some areas and soaring in others.”

Showcase: Share ideas. Change the world. Call for abstracts

Each year Showcase celebrates original scholarship, research, and creative expression across WSU’s academic community. Faculty, staff and graduate and professional students.Apply now: Due Wednesday, Jan 16, 2019. Submit 250 words and your contact information.
Submit your abstract
Join us Thursday, March 28, 2019 at WSU Pullman and share your work with your WSU colleagues.
Academic Showcase
GPSA Research Exposition

 

First Call for Papers for the 2019 NWSA meeting

A Joint Meeting with Northwest Lichenologists Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, ID, March 26-29, 2019: “Continuing the scientific legacy of the Corps of Discovery: A confluence of the Northwest’s past, present, and future”
Join Scientists from all over the Northwest, present your latest research, and exchange ideas.
Abstract Submission opens January 2019 Student participation encouraged!
https://www.northwestscience.org/

Master Class: Food, Energy and Water systems in a Global Economy

May 13 – 16, 2019, Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ
Early Bird Registration Deadline: March 15, 2019
Regular Registration Deadline: March 31, 2019
A very limited number of student travel grants are available on a first come, first served basis to help defray the cost of travel to this course. Contact Elizabeth Tran at etran@cuahsi.org for more information.
This CUAHSI Master Class is intended for graduate students in Hydrology and Water Resources science and engineering programs requiring focused training on modern research methods in water footprinting and environmental impact accounting in a regional and global network-economy context. An overview of major modern methods is provided to help the student identify the most appropriate tools for their current research problems. In the past three years the conversation about global water sustainability has merged and evolved into the “Food Energy and Water Systems” theme area, of which water sustainability is a leading component.  This class is an evolution of the previously offered class “Water Sustainability in a Global Economy.”
To Register

NW CASC’s last Fall Skills-building Webinar

The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center’s last Fall Skills-building Webinar is coming up on Tuesday, December 11th at 11:00 AM (PT). Register now for Analyzing Qualitative Data: Understanding and Using Interview, Survey and Observational Data with Alison Meadow and Gigi Owen. This webinar will introduce participants to data analysis techniques specific to qualitative data from interviews, focus groups and field notes. It will also address some of the challenges and benefits of integrating qualitative and quantitative data within one project.

NSF-funded Cybertraining on big data+HPC+atmospheric science opportunity at UMBC

The next training is Spring 2019 (01/28/19-05/17/19) and will be conducted ONLINE WITH PARTICIPANTS FROM AROUND THE NATION.
Participants can be graduate students, post-docs, and early-career faculty/researchers from US institutions who want to gain demonstrated experience in multidisciplinary research and have the opportunity for significant career impact. Both instruction and research are mentored
by faculty and supported by teaching assistants from each discipline. Each participant will be paid a $1,500 stipend.

For more information and to apply by 01/01/19, please visit http://cybertraining.umbc.edu

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: 2019 UCOWR/NIWR Annual Water Resources Conference

June 11-13, 2019 in Snowbird, Utah

Scale new heights as we come both west and up in the spectacular Wasatch Mountains in Snowbird, Utah just outside of Salt Lake City. The challenges facing the water community are constantly increasing in number and growing in complexity. In facing an uncertain future related to water availability in the West, water overabundance and quality in the East and Midwest, and water damage in the Southeast, the need for communicating our research and ideas is ever more important.    

UCOWR and NIWR invite you and your colleagues to join leading researchers, educators, water managers, and other professionals from across the country to address some of the most compelling and important challenges facing our profession.  This year’s conference is unique because, in addition to being both a scientific conference and an exploration of how universities help to meet societal goals, it will highlight the many unmet challenges in a newly uncertain cultural and regulatory climate.

Abstracts for oral, poster, panel, lightning, and participatory presentations should be submitted electronically by January 25, 2019.

Abstracts should not exceed 300 words.  If accepted and presented, the abstracts will be published as part of the Conference Proceedings.

To submit abstracts

Dear Colleague Letter: Non-Academic Research Internships for Graduate Students (INTERN) Supplemental Funding Opportunity

Available through Sept. 2020! This non-academic research internship allows graduate students currently funded by an NSF award to pursue exciting professional development experiences at government agencies, national laboratories, non-governmental organizations, industry, think tanks, etc. INTERN is open to NSF principal investigators who are supporting graduate students through active NSF awards (exceptions apply for CISE, MPS and OIA). Questions? Contact Dr. M. Brandon Jones at mbjones@nsf.gov.

For more info