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News and Announcements
Biodiversity Outcomes Series: Five Important Things Needed to Spend Money Efficiently on Saving Threatened Species
(Monday, March 28, 2016) Richard Maloney, Department of Conservation, New Zealand will present Five Important Things Needed to Spend Money Efficiently on Saving Threatened Species from 1:30-3:00 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and RSVP.
PhD Defense: Michael J. Bernstein
(Wednesday, March 30, 2016) Michael J. Bernstein will defend his dissertation Responsible Innovation and Sustainability: Interventions in Education and Training of Scientists and Engineers. Faculty, students and the general public are invited. At 10:30 a.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Sustainability Series: The Ecological City
(Wednesday, March 30, 2016) Jonce Walker and Chris Starkey, Terrapin Bright Green will present The Ecological City from 12:00-1:15 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and RSVP.
PhD Prospectus Defense: Cathy Rubiño
(Wednesday, March 30, 2016) Cathy Rubiño will defend her PhD prospectus Commons Governance for Robust Systems: Irrigation Systems Study Under a Multi-Method Approach. Faculty, students and the general public are invited. At 2:00 p.m. in room 245, Durham Language and Literature Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Sustainability Series: Sustainable Pest Management: A Challenge for Global Food Security
(Thursday, March 31, 2016) Alex Latchininsky, University of Wyoming will present Sustainable Pest Management: A Challenge for Global Food Security from 12:00-1:15 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and RSVP.
Sustainability Series: Buildings of the Future
(Friday, April 1, 2016) Patrick Phelan, US Department of Energy, Building Technologies Office, Emerging Technologies and Arizona State University and Nora Wang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will present Buildings of the Future from 12:00-1:15 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and RSVP.
Sustainability Series: Food for Cities in the Anthropocene
(Tuesday, April 5, 2016) Graeme Lang, City University of Hong Kong (retired), will present Food for Cities in the Anthropocene from 12:00-1:15 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and RSVP.
Free Film Screening: Racing Extinction
(Wednesday, April 6, 2016) In Racing Extinction, a team of artists and activists exposes the hidden world of extinction with never-before-seen images that will change the way we see the planet. Doors open 6:30 p.m.; showtime 7:00 p.m. at Harkins Valley Art Theater, 509 S. Mill Ave, Tempe. More information and RSVP.
PhD Defense: Jared Thomas Yoder Stoltzfus
(Monday, April 11, 2016) Jared Thomas Yoder Stoltzfus will defend his PhD dissertation Facilitating Phosphorus Recover Through Improved Waste Management. Faculty, students and the general public are invited. At 9:00 a.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Wrigley Lecture Series: Your Next Meal: Where Nature and Culture Intersect
(Thursday, April 14, 2016) Michael Pollen, Author and Sustainable Food Advocate, will present Your Next Meal: Where Nature and Culture Intersect. Doors open at 9:30 a.m.; lecture at 10:00 a.m. at the Evelyn Wood Music Theater, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and RSVP.
Rescued Food Feast
(Thursday, April 14, 2016) Approximately 30-40% of the food supply is wasted in the US; that’s about 20 pounds of food per person per month! At ASU, we are doing our part to fight food waste by feeding over 500 students, faculty and staff with a nutritious meal made from good food that would otherwise be discarded for cosmetic reasons. Join us as we gather around a community table for a meal prepared by the talented staff of Engrained Café and featuring food donated by our event sponsor, Sprouts Farmers Market. From 12:00-1:30 p.m. on the Hayden Lawn, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Celebration of Sustainability @ ASU Festival
(Thursday, April 14, 2016) Enjoy local food at the farmers market and partake in the Celebration of Sustainability @ ASU Festival, where departments and organizations from across campus will feature their sustainability commitment, projects, and more! From 1:00-3:30 p.m. on Old Main lawn, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
10th Anniversary Kick-off Celebration
(Thursday, April 14, 2016) Join us in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the School of Sustainability! Come enjoy the ASU Marching Band as they kick off our 10-year celebration at 1:15 p.m. More information and RSVP.
For Middle and High School Teachers: Urban and Field Ecology 1-Week Course
(Monday-Friday, June 27-July 1, 2016) A 1-week workshop for middle and high school teachers to learn about: The study of urban ecology and what ASU scientists are discovering about our urban ecosystem; the interactions between biotic and abiotic factors in ecosystems especially in relation to soil and decomposition; ecosystem services and how they play a critical role in creating a sustainable city; methods to analyze ecological data; teaching ecosystem complexity with qualitative models; and how to implement these activities in your classroom. To Apply: Name, address, phone, e-mail (Home and School); current subjects you are teaching; brief statement of how you will use this training in your classroom; please limit your entire application to one page; letter of reference from principal, optional but considered; teams of 2 to 3 teachers from a school or program are positively considered. Applications must be received by March 18. Course will be 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. daily at Arizona State University at the West campus, 5701 W Thunderbird, Glendale. There is a stipend and a certificate for 30 professional hours. Questions, please contact Lisa.Herrmann@asu.edu. Email application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Special Seminar: State-Indigenous Tensions over Hydrocarbon Development in the Bolivian Chaco
(Friday, March 25, 2016) Denise Humphreys Bebbington, Clark University will present State-Indigenous Tensions over Hydrocarbon Development in the Bolivian Chaco at 10:00 a.m. in room 120, West Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus.
Materials Science and Engineering Seminar: Batteries: Now and Future
(Friday, March 25, 2016) Yi Cui, Stanford University will present Batteries: Now and Future at 1:30 p.m. in room 101, Schwada Classroom Office Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Seminar: Bioinspired Hierarchical and Cellular Structures: Design, Modeling and 3D Printing
(Friday, March 25, 2016) Albert C. To, University of Pittsburgh will present Bioinspired Hierarchical and Cellular Structures: Design, Modeling and 3D Printing at 1:30 p.m. in room 228, Schwada Classroom Office Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu.
Participatory Governance Initiative Seminar: Civic Renewal in America
(Monday, March 28, 2016) Peter Levine, Tufts University will present Civic Renewal in America from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in room 158, McCord Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Department of Physics Seminar: Machine-Learning Routes to Biophysics
(Tuesday, March 29, 2016) Abbas Ourmazd, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will present Machine-Learning Routes to Biophysics from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in room B105 (Auditorium), Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy Seminar: Unlocking Personalized Medicines through Nanocarrier Design
(Tuesday, March 29, 2016) Millicent Sullivan, University of Delaware will present Unlocking Personalized Medicines through Nanocarrier Design at 1:30 p.m. in B105 (Auditorium), Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu.
Beyond Center Annual Lecture: The Sex of Aliens: Would Life on Other Planets be Anything Like Us?
(Tuesday, March 29, 2016) Nick Lane, University College of London will present The Sex of Aliens: Would Life on Other Planets be Anything Like Us? At 7:00 p.m. in Neeb Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Evolution of Social Complexity Colloquium: Understanding Cultural Persistence and Change
(Wednesday, March 30, 2016) Nathan Nunn, Harvard University will present Understanding Cultural Persistence and Change from 12:00-1:15 p.m. in room 401, ISTB1, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
School of Earth and Space Exploration Colloquium: HAIR: History of Animals Using Isotope Records
(Wednesday, March 30, 2016) Thure Cerling, University of Utah will present HAIR: History of Animals Using Isotope Records at 3:30 p.m. in the Marston Exploration Theater, ISTB4, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy Seminar: The Magic is in the Morphology: Designing Multiphase Polymers
(Thursday, March 31, 2016) Timothy E. Long, Virginia Polytechnic Institute will present The Magic is in the Morphology: Designing Multiphase Polymers at 1:30 p.m. in room B105 (Auditorium), Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu.
Solar Financing Panel Discussion: Beyond the Industry Tax Credit (ITC)
(Friday, April 1, 2016) The Professional Science Master's in Solar Energy Engineering & Commercialization presents the 3rd Annual Solar Panel Discussion, focusing on current issues facing the solar industry and that influence industry employment opportunities. Kris Mayes, Director of the Energy Policy Innovation Council at the Utility of the Future Center, will discuss EPIC's review of how Arizona can meet the EPA's new Clean Power Plan. Lee Feliciano, Board member of the Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association, will discuss standardizing financing of solar projects. Coffee and networking from 8:30-9:00 a.m., with the panel discussion beginning at 9:00 a.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. Please RSVP to PSM SEEC Program Manger Karen Dada, email@example.com.
Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium Symposium on Transparency and Performance
(Wednesday, April 6, 2016) The 2016 Symposium has a focus on Transparency across the health care value chain. Focusing on transparency in clinical practice, the program will be commenced with an address by Dr. Marty Makary from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and their Global Health Initiative. From 1:30-4:30 p.m. in the Turquoise Room, Memorial Union, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and RSVP.
Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium McKenna Lecture and Reception
(Wednesday, April 6, 2016) Mark McClellan, Brookings Institution will present Improving Health Care Performance from 6:00-7:00 p.m. (Registration 5:00-6:00 p.m.; reception 7:30-9:30 p.m.) In the Great Hall, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and RSVP.
Distinguished Alumnus Lecture: Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City
(Thursday, April 7, 2016) Matthew Desmond, Harvard University will present Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City from 5:00-6:30 p.m. (4:00-5:00 p.m. reception) in room 174, Coor Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Microbiology Special Seminar: Identifying Bacteria in the Human Gut Microbiome That Can Attenuate Inflammation
(Friday, April 8, 2016) Catherine Lozupone, University of Colorado will present Identifying Bacteria in the Human Gut Microbiome That Can Attenuate Inflammation from 10:00-11:00 a.m. in room E106, Life Sciences Center, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Fourth Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics
(Tuesday-Thursday, May 24-26, 2016) The conference will consist of plenary and session presentations with discussions on regulatory, governance, legal, policy, social and ethical aspects of emerging technologies, including (but not limited to) nanotechnology, synthetic biology, biotechnology, genomics, personalized medicine, stem cell and regenerative medicine, human enhancement technologies, telecommunications, information technologies, surveillance technologies, geoengineering, neuroscience and robotics. The conference is premised on the belief that there is much to be learned and shared from and across the governance experience and proposals for these various emerging technologies. To be held at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel and Conference Center, Tempe, Arizona. Abstracts due January 31, 2016. More information.
Phenomenology and Sustainability: Interdisciplinary Inquiries in the Lived-World of Persons, Communities, and the Natural Work
(Thursday-Monday, May 26-30, 2016) Our theme, “Phenomenology and Sustainability,” announces a broad area of concern related to the well-being of persons, communities, the natural world and their interrelationship. “Phenomenology and Sustainability” seeks to question the suppositions underlying scientific and humanistic projects and unreflective practices that might thwart sustainable relationships or impede their full realization. In addition, it welcomes the articulation across a broad range of contexts of guiding principles and practices or illustrative concrete applications that might enhance the development of such relationships. To be held at Arizona State University at the Downtown Phoenix campus. More information.
i.d.e.a. Museum Exhibit: Underwater FantaSea
(Friday, February 12-Sunday, May 29, 2016) The i.d.e.a. Museum, Mesa, AZ collaborated with researchers from Arizona State University's Center for Biodiversity Outcomes to develop the Underwater FantaSea exhibit. Celebrate the oceans by diving into our exhibit that features artwork by artists who bring together a mix of fascinating sea life and imaginative beauty to take you on a fanciful journey under the sea. You'll meet amazing creatures, explore the depths of the underwater world and discover your own connection to the ocean. Underwater FantaSea will provide an opportunity to learn about the importance of oceans, how they impact you impact you, as an individual, and how you can do your part to keep them healthy--even if you live hundreds of miles from them. More information.
Play Me, I’m Yours
(Tuesday, March 1-Saturday, April 9, 2016) Touring internationally since 2008, Play Me, I’m Yours is an artwork by British artist Luke Jerram. More than 1,400 pianos have now been installed in 50 cities across the globe, from London to Lima, bearing the simple invitation Play Me, I’m Yours, and the project has already reached more than eight million people worldwide. Mesa Arts Center is presenting Play Me, I’m Yours as part of the celebrations of a major milestone: 10 years at their beautiful location in Downtown Mesa, AZ. 24 playable and artistically enhanced pianos will be featured, primarily in Downtown Mesa along Main Street, near Mesa museums and libraries, on Mesa Arts Center’s campus and at numerous other accessible and open-to-the-public locations, including several satellite locations throughout the city. More information.
Falcon Field Airport Open House
(Saturday, March 26, 2016) Get a close look at unique aircraft, classic cars, model railroads and more from 9:00 a.m.-2:0 p.m. when the City of Mesa’s Falcon Field Airport hosts its annual Open House. The event will be at Falcon Field Park, 4636 E. Fighter Aces Drive (north of McKellips Road between Greenfield and Higley roads). More information.
(Friday-Sunday, April 1-3, 2016) This amazing Bicycle Festival includes the El Tour Criterium (where hundreds of riders race through the streets), a Bicycle Rodeo, the El Tour de Mesa, family fun and more. It's free! Bring your bike! More information.
Free Compost Giveaway
(Saturday, April 2, 2016) The gift that keeps on giving! Get FREE compost from the City of Tempe to keep your garden growing strong. From 8:00-11 a.m. at the City of Tempe compost yard, near the corner of W. Rio Salado Pkwy. and Hardy Dr. in Tempe – just follow the signs! BYOB/T – Bring your own bags, buckets, small trailer or small truck, and City of Tempe Solid Waste and Recycling Services staff will give you high-quality, laboratory-tested compost complements of the City’s very own composting program. Open to all residents in the Valley!
Zócalo/Arizona State University Event: Should Health Care Systems Be National?
(Wednesday, April 6, 2016) Sir Malcom Grant and Dr. Denis Cortese will present Should Health Care Systems Be National? At 7:30 p.m. in the Binns Wildflower Pavilion, Desert Botanical Garden, 1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix. More information and RSVP.
City of Scottsdale Green Building Lecture Series: Beyond Reflectivity: The Future of Energy-Efficient Roofing
(Thursday, April 7, 2016) We will look at the history of energy-efficient roofing products and the use of reflectivity as the measure of a roofing product's energy efficiency including the pros and cons of this approach. From 7:00-8:30 p.m. at Scottsdale Granite Reef Senior Center, 1700 N Granite Reef Road, Scottsdale. Free admission. More information.
Cienega Creek Watershed Campout
(Saturday-Sunday, April 16-17, 2016) The Cienega Creek Watershed has some of the most ecologically intact wetland communities in southern Arizona, as well as a resident jaguar! The Arizona Riparian Council will tour a variety of riparian areas with local experts. More information and registration.
10th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation
(Thursday-Thursday, April 21-28, 2016) The International Institute for Environment and Development is pleased to invite registrations for the 10th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA10). CBA10 will celebrate its 10th anniversary in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The theme of the conference, which is in association with the Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies, the International Centre for Climate Change and Development, and the Independent University, Bangladesh, will be 'Enhancing urban community resilience'. More information and registration.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Seminar: Moving on from Paris: Implementation Lessons from Social Science
(Thursday, April 28, 2016) Join this free seminar to discuss the consequences of the 2015 UNFCC Paris climate summit, in which 196 countries pledged individual Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) to meet global mean temperature targets by 2100. The seminar will explore the benefits and risks of this voluntary bottom-up approach, as well as how behavioral and societal responses have or have not been included in the modeling of temperature targets, with an emphasize on potential insights from the behavioral and social sciences, including how multiple levels of organization-institutions, communities, and individual households-might differentially contribute to the successful implementation of INDC's. From 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. EDT, at 500 5th St, Washington, DC. More information and to register for webcast or in person.
Singapore Sustainability Symposium (S3) Unlocking Urban Opportunities
(Wednesday-Friday, April 27-29, 2016) The symposium has become an international platform with a Singaporean flavor to support sustainability and urban solutions with a special interest in the challenges faced by cities and city decision makers. It will be held at the Grand Hyatt Singapore. More information and registration.
Fourth Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy, and Ethics
(Tuesday-Thursday, May 24-26, 2016) The conference will consist of plenary and session presentations with discussions on regulatory, governance, legal, policy, social and ethical aspects of emerging technologies, including (but not limited to) nanotechnology, synthetic biology, biotechnology, genomics, personalized medicine, stem cell and regenerative medicine, human enhancement technologies, telecommunications, information technologies, surveillance technologies, geoengineering, neuroscience and robotics. The conference is premised on the belief that there is much to be learned and shared from and across the governance experience and proposals for these various emerging technologies. To be held at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel and Conference Center, Tempe. More information.
VERGE Hawaii: Asian Pacific Clean Energy Summit
(Tuesday-Thursday, June 21-23, 2016) The Hawaii State Energy Office has partnered with the GreenBiz Group to launch VERGE Hawaii — Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit. VERGE Hawaii will explore innovative clean energy policies, models, technologies and infrastructure and sets the stage for immediate actions and plans needed to deliver on Hawaii’s ambitious goal of 100% renewably powered energy by 2045. Further, this VERGE event will serve as a platform for Hawaii’s energy leaders and stakeholders to engage, learn and contribute. More information.
2nd Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science
(Thursday-Saturday, June 23-25, 2016) This 2nd Annual International Conference on Computational Social Science is an interdisciplinary event designed to engage a broad community of researchers - academics, industry experts, open data activists, government agency workers, and think tank analysts – dedicated to advancing social science knowledge through computational methods. This event affords the opportunity to meet and discuss works in which social systems and dynamics are investigated in a quantitative way through large datasets that are either mined from various sources (e.g. social media, communication systems) or created via controlled experiments or computational modeling. Hosted by the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. More information.
Ghosts of victims, survivors past
t may be hard to believe, but already the better half of a century has passed since World War II broke out. Despite the distance time has graced us from its atrocities, their effects are still felt by the generations of individuals descended from its victims — individuals like ASU professor Martin Matustik, who discovered only at the age of 40 that he was the child of a Holocaust survivor. Read more.
State of Green Business: Agriculture plants the seeds of regeneration (from GreenBiz.com)
The need to radically reform our agricultural sector in the name of sustainability has been talked about for decades. And while small, incremental changes have inched the ag sector forward, it remains hopelessly unsustainable for people and the planet. Read more.
Flipping the water conversation
Arizona State University has announced a five-year initiative, FutureH2O, to flip the global conversation about water on its head and focus on the abundance of water and how to create it instead of hand-wringing about scarcity. Read more.
Urban wildlife on the rise
Downtown Phoenix’s newest high-rise residents don’t take the elevator when they come home. A pair of peregrine falcons has made a home in a nesting box atop the Maricopa County Administration Building, becoming Internet stars (thanks to a webcam), capturing the public imagination and terrorizing the pigeon population. Read more.
It's all hands on deck to save seafood supply chains (from GreenBiz.com)
Seafood businesses are embracing an unusual way to reduce the risks posed by unsustainable practices and capacity challenges throughout the seafood supply chain: collaborating with their competitors, and even helping them make money. Read more.
Natural resilience to major life stressors not as common as thought
When someone goes through a rough period, say a divorce or losing a job, the common thought has been that this is a test of the person’s ability to bounce back — and most psychological studies have supported the idea of a person’s innate resilience to the struggles of life. Read more.
April is Water Awareness Month
April is Water Awareness Month, and there are lots of exciting events, tips and resources to help you start saving water! Each day is about a special topic–from finding leaks to landscaping to harvesting rainwater. Check out their website for tons of more information and tips!
Sources of Water Education Classes Throughout the Phoenix Metropolitan Area
There are many classes available across the valley, taught by professionals, that are free to all residents having to do with landscape and water efficiency/conservation workshops during the spring and fall seasons. Below are links to the cities’ programs.
Environmental Research & Education Foundation Scholarship Program
The Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) is one of the largest sources of solid waste research funding in the U.S., allocating approximately $1 million annually in research grants and graduate level scholarships. Thus far, over 50 students have been EREF scholars, many of whom are now in key academic and professional positions across the U.S. The application deadline is May 4, 2016 at 5:00 pm (eastern). Click here to view a list of information/materials required for the application.
Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy, University of Illinois-Chicago
Water and energy have long been thought of, and addressed as, two separate issues. With the advent of systems thinking, life cycle assessment, and other interdisciplinary analysis strategies, this deep connection between water and energy has been widely acknowledged only recently. The 6th annual Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy: Nexus program will: explore the relationship between energy and water through systems approach, with an eye towards environmental and agricultural impacts; explore the use of water, especially in energy extraction (fracking) and generation; and highlight the role of the grid in energy issues, emphasizing three specific areas: smart grid, storage for the grid, and the distribution of energy. Across all topics, participants will examine where the United States is to date, potential paths moving forward, and obstacles and opportunities for each path. Situated on one of the largest bodies of freshwater on Earth and playing host to a large and complex grid system, Chicago will be the focal point of discussions of the nexus. The program will occur from August 4-17, 2016 in Chicago. Application deadline is July 1, 2016. More information.
Arizona Department of Water Resource Drought Program
February 2016 drought summary is online.
March Southwest Climate Outlook
The March 2016 Southwest Climate Outlook is online.
CLIMAS Podcast: February 2016 – Delusions of Hydroclimate Grandeur
None at this time.
Summer Intern, Open Space Program, City of Flagstaff, Arizona
Application deadline March 25, 2016. More information.
Director of Sustainability, Executive Offices, Orlando, Florida
Application deadline March 27, 2016. More information.
Natural Resources Technician, Summer Lake Paiute Tribe, Sparks, Nevada
Application deadline March 31, 2016. More information.
Visiting Assistant or Visiting Instructor Professor, Earth and Environmental Science, Furman University
Application deadline April 1, 2016. More information.
Postdoc Position, Habitat Connectivity and Climate Change Adaptation, University of California-Berkeley
Application deadline April 1, 2016. More information.
Student Volunteer Program, Summer 2016 Session, NOAA/NWS, Phoenix
Application deadline April 15, 2016. More information.
Instructor/Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, US Military Academy, Department of the Army
Application deadline April 21, 2016. More information.
Science and Policy Internships, Environmental Law and Policy Center, Various locations, USA
Application deadline July 15, 2016. More information.
Assistant Director, Environmental Science and Policy, University of Maryland
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Stream Microbial Ecology, Loyola University