Deadline: November 2, 2018
CUAHSI’s Let’s Talk About Water Challenge Grant program supports universities in the development of their own Let’s Talk About Water (LTAW) science outreach events. LTAW events use a film screening and panel discussion to catalyze conversation between water science experts and the public. The Challenge Grant program is awarded on a dollar for dollar matching basis – meaning that CUAHSI matches funds raised by the event organizers (up to $3,000).
For more information and complete application instructions, click here.
Deadline: November 2, 2018
The special gathering will bring together professionals involved in all facets of water management. Groundwater, surface water, wastewater, drinking water, irrigation, water law, reuse, generation, restoration, conservation & efficiency, erosion & sedimentation—it’s all one water. We will explore and collaborate on all these topics and more in our primary conference tracks—Water Reuse, Green Infrastructure, Soil & Surface Water, and Water Law.
Join the Office of Research for a week of celebrating achievements, building partnerships, and pursuing new opportunities. Each day will feature flash talks, panel discussions, and information expos. Focus areas will include animal models of disease, Native American studies, organic agriculture, and biomedical research. If you are interested in participating, please send an email to Emily Brashear at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2019 April issue: November 19, 2018
2019 August issue: January 21, 2018
To be considered, submissions should be emailed to Jackie Crim at email@example.com. Articles submitted after the deadlines will be considered for publication in upcoming issues. All articles are peer-reviewed. Please review the author instructions and review process for more information. Take a look at past issues via Wiley Online Library.
Thursday, October 18, 2018, 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., SEL Event Center, Pullman, WA
The Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee (PBAC) is pleased to announce that the invited speaker this year is Sandra Postel, the director and founder of the Global Water Policy Project, co-creator of Change the Course, and a National Geographic Society Fellow. Her new book, Replenish: The Virtuous Cycle of Water and Prosperity, would be great to read in preparation for the summit. It is available at BookPeople in Moscow.
This event is free and open to the public. Appetizers and a no-host bar will be available. For more information, please visit: http://www.palousewatersummit.org/
The U.S. Geological Survey is currently seeking to hire a Director for the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, along with four additional regional Climate Adaptation Science Center (CASC) Director positions including the Southeast CASC, Northeast CASC, South Central CASC and Pacific Islands CASC. These positions will be hired as Supervisory Physical Scientists/Biologists (GS-0401/1301-15). These positions are currently open – the application deadline is October 23, 2018.
The regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers, under the direction of the USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center, deliver science to address stakeholder-defined priority climate needs through close collaboration with natural and cultural resource managers and scientists. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to join the CASC network and advance our mission to help fish, wildlife and ecosystems adapt to the impacts of climate change. Check out the links below to learn more about the positions and apply today!
RES-2018-0360 DEU, Open to all U.S. citizens https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/511855700
RES-2018-0361 MP, Open to current or former federal employees
Deadline Extension: Abstracts are now due November 9, 2018
The Washington Stormwater Center – in partnership with the City of SeaTac – is please to announce the 2019 Washington Statewide Municipal Stormwater Conference (MuniCon). The goal of this conference is to provide the Washington municipal stormwater community with an opportunity to communication, coordinate, and exchange approaches and tools for addressing priority issues and challenges faced by NPDES municipal stormwater permittees in Eastern and western Washington. The conference begins on Wednesday, April 24 with half day workshops and training led by regional experts followed by a full day of presenter led sessions on Thursday, April 25.
Washington State University and the National Urban Extension Leaders are pleased to jointly announce a call for proposals for the National Urban Extension Conference on “Innovation in the City: A Land Grant University Experience,” which will be held in Seattle, Washington, May 20-23, 2019.
The 2019 NUEC will focus on four core elements of building successful urban projects and programs: core competencies, subject matter expertise, personal experiences, and innovation.
Proposals may be for presentations, workshops, posters, and panels for the 2019 Conference. Abstracts that highlight research and/or outreach activities that involve partnerships between researchers, practitioners and Extension professionals are especially encouraged. We are also looking for innovative ideas that are just that, ideas.
Agriculture and Climate Change
Thursday, October 18th @ 2pm-3:15pm
The effect of climate change on agriculture offers a host of opportunities for interdisciplinary research. Use this matchmaking session to meet other researchers and build collaborative relationships that will enhance your research, inspire creativity, and promote innovative projects.
Presenters will prepare a short 5-minute/3 slides talk that presents an overview of their current program(s), their plans for further research, and the type of expertise they are looking for in partners. Presentations will take place during the first half of each session followed by time for presenters and attendees to mingle and exchange ideas and contact information over refreshments.
If you are interested in participating, please send an email to Emily Brashear at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission Deadline is midnight, Monday, September 24, 2018
View the Call for Abstracts and access the online Submission Form.
We hope you have marked your calendar for the 12th Washington Hydrogeology Symposium scheduled for April 9-11, 2019. We are pleased to bring this important conference back to the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Washington. Keynote Speakers this year include the 2018 Birdsall-Dreiss Distinguished Lecturer, David Boutt, Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and Kamini Singha, the Ben Fryrear Endowed Professor for Innovation and Excellence at the Colorado School of Mines.
Please visit our website at www.wahgs.org for details about the Symposium and to view our Call for Abstracts webpage and access our online submission form.