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Other Events - On Campus
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News and Announcements
LightWorks Series: Strategy for Energy and Environmental Affairs After the Agreement in Paris
(Monday, October 17, 2016) Claudio Nicolini, Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences will present Strategy for Energy and Environmental Affairs After the Agreement in Paris from 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Urban Gardens Tour & Talk: Starting with Garlic: An Engineer’s Guide to Sustainable Urban Farming
(Thursday, October 20, 2016) David Eberle, Care-A-Lot Farms, will present Starting with Garlic: An Engineer’s Guide to Sustainable Urban Farming from 6:00-7:15 p.m. at Changing Hands Bookstore, 6428 S. McClintock Dr., Tempe. More information and registration.
Sustainability Series: Nature Contact: A Public Health Strategy
(Friday, October 21, 2016) Howard Frumkin, University of Washington will present Nature Contact: A Public Health Strategy from 9:30-11:00 a.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
MS Defense: Micah V. Cameron-Harp
(Monday, October 24, 2016) Micah V. Cameron-Harp will defend his MS scientific paper Achieving Sustainability in Harvested Predator-Prey Systems: Modeling Opportunity Cost Management Strategies. Faculty, students and the general public are invited. At 9:30 a.m. in room 401, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Sustainability Series: The People’s Laws: Clean Air and Clean Water
(Tuesday, October 25, 2016) Leon Billings and Thomas C. Jorling were staff authors of the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Superfund Act. They will present The People’s Laws: Clean Air and Clean Water from 12:00-1:30 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University. More information and registration.
Sustainability Series: Decolonization, Sustainability, and the Role of Indigenous Methodologies
(Thursday, October 27, 2016) Linda Tuhiwah Smith, University of Waikato; Leonie Pihama, University of Waikato; and Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy, Arizona State University will present Decolonization, Sustainability, and the Role of Indigenous Methodologies from 3:00-4:30 p.m. in room 481, Wrigley Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
Materials Science and Engineering Seminar: Research Intensive Experiences at Small Liberal Arts Colleges
(Friday, October 14, 2016) Mario Affatigato, Coe College will present Research Intensive Experiences at Small Liberal Arts Colleges at 1:00 p.m. in room 173, F-wing, Physical Sciences Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu.
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Seminar: Interchangeability and Interoperability in Digital Design and Manufacturing
(Friday, October 14, 2016) Vadim Shapiro, University of Wisconsin-Madison will present Interchangeability and Interoperability in Digital Design and Manufacturing at 1:00 p.m. in room 210, Schwada Classroom Office Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information contact Durella.ODonnell@asu.edu.
Transportation Seminar: Arizona DOT Extreme Weather and Climate Change Resilience Program – Blending Risk/Science/Technology/Engineering
(Friday, October 14, 2016) Steven Olmsted, Arizona Department of Transportation will present Arizona DOT Extreme Weather and Climate Change Resilience Program – Blending Risk/Science/Technology/Engineering from 3:00-4:30 p.m. in room 425, College Avenue Commons, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. Contact Mikhail.Chester@asu.edu for more information.
Campus Harvest at the ASU Polytechnic Date Grove
(Saturday, October 15, 22, and 29, 2016) Twenty varieties of freshly harvested dates will be for sale at the Arizona State University, Polytechnic date grove. Each Saturday morning volunteers will harvest dates, wash and sort them into lug bins. From 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., the public is welcomed to tour the 3-acre date grove and purchase loose dates by the pound from each palm variety. At 7127 Upton Ave., Mesa, AZ 85212. Free parking at the grove on Saturdays only. Sign up to volunteer to harvest and sell dates at this event: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4eaeab2ba5fe3-asufarmers2.
ASU Startup Summit
(Saturday, October 15, 2016) Attend Startup Summit, a gathering of ASU's most passionate entrepreneurs, social innovators and changemakers. This conference provides ASU students with the resources, knowledge and networking opportunities to accelerate their project, startup or venture. There will be a lunchtime keynote address by Chandrika Bahadar, President of the Sustainable Development Network for the United Nations. From 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. in the Memorial Union, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. For more information and registration.
Life Sciences Café: Epigenetic Regulation of Cortical Neurogenesis and Neural Fates
(Monday, October 17, 2016) Kenneth Kwan, University of Michigan will present Epigenetic Regulation of Cortical Neurogenesis and Neural Fates from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in room 244, E-wing, Life Sciences Center, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Center for Evolution & Medicine Seminar: Comparative Genomics as a Tool to Understand Papillomavirus Evolution and Disease
(Monday, October 17, 2016) Koenraad van Doorslaer, University of Arizona will present Comparative Genomics as a Tool to Understand Papillomavirus Evolution and Disease from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in room 202, C-wing, Life Sciences Center, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
The Indie Film Market Today: Inside Hollywood with an ASU Grad
(Monday, October 17, 2016) Scottsdale native and ASU alumnus Adam Galen (BA Film & Media Studies 2014; BS Business 2014) gives an insider’s view of marketing and distributing an indie film. From 3:00-4:15 p.m. in room 117, Education Lecture Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Nanoscience Seminar: Hybrid Nanomaterials for Solar Fuel Production
(Monday, October 17, 2016) Gary F. Moore, School of Molecular Science and the Biodesign Institute Center for Applied Structural Discovery, Arizona State University will present Hybrid Nanomaterials for Solar Fuel Production from 4:00-5:00 p.m. in room 487, Goldwater Center, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus.
Civility in Action: A Public Dialogue about Proposition 205 (Marijuana Legalization Initiative)
(Tuesday, October 18, 2016) If passed by voters on Nov. 8, 2016, Prop. 205 would allow adults 21 years of age and older to possess and to privately consume and grow limited amounts of marijuana, and would establish a 15% tax on retail marijuana sales, from which the revenue will be allocated to public health and education. As Arizonans get ready to go to vote on this measure, we invite you to a community learning and dialogue session to better understand its pros and cons. All viewpoints are welcome! From 6:00-8:00 p.m. in room 150, Beus Center for Law and Society, Arizona State University at the Downtown campus. Free, but RSVP required.
Hugh Hanson Seminar: Dryland Responses to Anthropogenic Change: A Biogeochemical Perspective
(Wednesday, October 19, 2016) Sasha C. Reed, U.S. Geological Survey will present Dryland Responses to Anthropogenic Change: A Biogeochemical Perspective from 1:00-2:00 p.m. in room 244, E-wing, Life Sciences Center, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
Presidential Politics and the Making of American Identity
(Thursday, October 20, 2016) The event will feature a panel discussion on religion and politics in the context of the presidential election. The discussion will be followed by Q&A as well as a book sale and signing. Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflicts. The event is free, but RSVP recommended. From 4:30-6:00 p.m. in the Carson Ballroom, Old Main, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information and registration.
School of Molecular Sciences Seminar: The Chemical Characterization of the Brain: from New MS-based Measurement Tools to New Insights
(Friday, October 21, 2016) Jonathan Sweedler, University of Illinois will present The Chemical Characterization of the Brain: from New MS-based Measurement Tools to New Insights at 3:40 p.m. in room 151, H-wing, Bateman Physical Sciences Building, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. More information.
2016 Sci-Fi Meets Sci-Fact Lecture with Dr. Robin Hanson: Age of Em
(Thursday, October 27, 2016) Join us at ASU's Marston Theater located in ISTB 4, for the 2016 Sci-Fi Meets Sci-Fact Lecture given by Robin Hanson. He will be discussing his new book, The Age of Em: Work, Love, and Life when Robots Rule the Earth. More information and RSVP.
After the Flood: Saving and Sustaining Art
(Tuesday, November 1, 2016) Join ASU Professor and Senior Sustainability Scholar Ellen Murray for a special presentation about the 1966 Florence Flood, its aftermath, and the important world response. Historic images of the flood will be used to highlight the damage to the city of Florence, the Santa Croce Church/Museum, and the National Central Library. Fifty years after the flood what have we learned? What are some of the current threats to art and our world culture? What role can each of us play in protecting and sustaining art and culture where we live? From 11:30 a.m.-12:40 p.m. on the 1st Floor, Noble Library, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus. Please RSVP to Rene.Tanner@asu.edu. This lecture is about an exhibition, After the Flood, which will be on exhibit from October 12-December 14, 2016 at the Noble Library.
School for the Future of Innovation in Society Occasional Talk: Deliberating on Democracy: Considering an Agnostic Approach to Emerging Technosciences
(Thursday, November 3, 2016) Deborah Scott, University of Edinburgh in Science, Technology and Innovation Studies, will present Deliberating on Democracy: Considering an Agnostic Approach to Emerging Technosciences from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in room 5536, Coor Hall, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus.
Convergence Among Digital and Environmental Humanities
(Thursday-Friday, November 3-4, 2016) The Institute for Humanities Research will host the 2016 Western Humanities Alliance Conference, "Convergences among Digital and Environmental Humanities." Throughout the day, panelists and participants will explore the potential of environmental and digital humanities collaborations that could re-imagine how we analyze food, water, energy, and information as they intersect with long-term planetary well-being. The group will discuss both data and interpretation as tools for bringing about sustainable approaches and outcomes. Panels will feature conversations around the themes of Food, Water, Landscape; Data and Well-Being; and Transdisciplinary Resilience. The keynote will be delivered by Heather Houser, Associate Professor of English, University of Texas, Austin. More information and RSVP.
Wikipedia Wednesday @ ASU: Edit for Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity in STEAM
(Wednesday, November 9, 2016) Help improve Wikipedia by adding citations to Wikipedia articles for underrepresented and influential people in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM). There are many women and other traditionally underrepresented groups of individuals who have made important contributions to STEAM fields, but do not have adequate Wikipedia pages. Please help us change the status quo and improve the coverage and public knowledge about these influential people! During this event you are welcome to edit pages that are of particular interest to you or edit those that have been selected as good candidates. No Wikipedia editing experience is necessary; support and training will be provided for Wikipedia newcomers as needed throughout the event. From 2-5 p.m. in room 105, Noble Science and Engineering Library, Arizona State University at the Tempe campus.
Desert Rivers Audubon Society: Gilbert Family Birdwalks
(Saturday October 15, 2016) The Gilbert Family Birdwalks are held every third Saturday of the month, October through March at the Gilbert Riparian Preserve, on the southeast corner of Greenfield and Guadalupe Rds in Gilbert. 2757 E Guadalupe Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85234 (East of the library on the corner) from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. There have been over 200 bird species seen at this water recharge facility, making this site one of the best birding spots in the east valley. These free walks are sponsored by Desert Rivers Audubon, The Riparian Preserve of Gilbert, and Liberty Wildlife. We provide loaner binoculars, Bird Bingo Cards for kids, and expert leaders to take you around the ponds. We also have field guide books and other nature items for sale at our display tent. Walks leave every 15 minutes or so and last about 45 minutes. No fees or admission charge.
Living Building Challenge Sonoran Collaborative: Water World: The Arid West
(Thursday, October 20, 2016) Sharon B. Megdal, Water Resources Research Center, University of Arizona and Rhett Larson, Kyl Center for Water Policy, Morrison Institute, Arizona State University will discuss Water World: The Arid West from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Farling House, 2046 S College Ave, Tempe AZ. More information and registration.
Imagination and Climate Futures Lecture: The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History
(Thursday, October 20, 2016) ASU’s Imagination and Climate Futures Initiative present Elizabeth Kolbert, a Pulitzer Prize winning author, who will discuss the role human beings have played in climate change, its devastating effects on natural and human worlds and what, if anything, can be done to save the planet. More information and registration.
ASU Citizen Science Maker Summit 2016
(Wednesday-Friday, October 26-28, 2016) The ASU Citizen Science Maker Summit 2016 is a two-day event, hosted by Arizona State University in partnership with SciStarter, designed to explore the crossroads of citizen science and the maker movement. The ASU Citizen Science Maker Summit 2016 will facilitate the sharing of best practices and help jump-start opportunities for the citizen science and making communities to learn from each other. The event will include a combination of breakout sessions, skill-building workshops and networking events, as well as multiple keynote speakers and optional tours/activities. More information.
Phenology Workshop: What Is It and How Can It Help Study the Effects of Climate Change?
(Saturday, October 29, 2016) The McDowell Sonoran Conservancy and the National Phenology Network invite you to learn how to properly observe and document phenology, or year-round changes, in selected desert plants. Understanding and collecting data on the timing of life cycle events for plants, animals, and microbes is one of the easiest ways for us to capture changes in temperature and precipitation in our natural areas. From 1:00-3:00 p.m. in room 110, Science Learning Building, Scottsdale Community College. More information.
Desert Rivers Audubon Society: Tour de Bird Annual Backyard Garden Tour
(Saturday, November 5, 2016) Tour de Bird is our annual birds and gardens event. Here is the list of local gardens located around the East Valley that will be on the tour. With a variety of plants to suit all gardeners, there are large gardens with native trees, and others that make the best use of a small space. There are gardens with water features and a chance to see beautiful gardens landscaped for our Arizona bird-life! From 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Tickets for this self-guided tour are $10 each in person and will be on sale at our meetings, events, or at Wild Bird Unlimited in Mesa. Visit our Nature Store to purchase your tickets online at $10.00 each with $1.00 s/h. Tickets will also be available for purchase at any of the habitats on the day of the tour for $15.00.
2017 Presidential Climate Leadership Summit
(Monday-Friday, February 13-15, 2017) The 2017 Presidential Climate Leadership Summit is a significant moment and turning point for Second Nature and the Climate Leadership Network. We’ll reflect on 10 years of bold climate leadership by higher education institutions, and anticipate the future of the Network and the sustainability movement. The 2017 Summit is designed for campus sustainability teams, including specialized content for presidents, faculty, and staff. They are also seeking proposals for presentations, sessions, and workshops. The event will be held at Tempe Mission Palms, 60 E. Fifth St, Tempe. More information.
(Tuesday-Thursday, February 14-16, 2017) Sustainability leaders from the world’s largest companies gather each year at the GreenBiz forum to explore pressing challenges and emerging opportunities in sustainable business. The event offers a rich blend of presentations, workshops and networking opportunities framed by the State of Green Business report, GreenBiz Group’s award-winning annual research and analysis of key sustainability metrics and trends. Attendees return from GreenBiz both inspired by what’s possible and ready to tackle their organization’s greatest sustainability challenges. GreenBiz is produced in collaboration with the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University. To be held at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge, 5350 Marriott Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85054. More information and registration.
Second International Conference on Tourism & Leisure Studies
(Thursday-Friday, April 6-7, 2017) The Second International Conference on Tourism & Leisure Studies will feature plenary sessions by some of the world’s leading thinkers and innovators in the field. Each year the International Conference on Tourism & Leisure Studies draws a diverse group of participants from all over the world. Our Program Development team draws on this diversity to craft a rich and distinctive conference experience. It will be held at the University of British Columbia, Robson Square, Vancouver, Canada. More information.
Engineering Sustainability 2017: Innovation and the Triple Bottom Line
(Sunday-Tuesday, April 9-11, 2017) This focused conference will bring together engineers and scientists from academia, government, industry, and nonprofits to share results of cutting-edge research and practice directed at development of environmentally sustainable buildings and infrastructure. At the Westin Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. More information.
Ninth International Conference on Climate Change Impacts & Responses
(Friday-Saturday, April 21-22, 2017) The Ninth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses features research addressing the following annual themes: Scientific evidence; assessing impacts in divergent ecosystems; human impacts and impacts on humans; and technical, political, and social responses. There will be a special focus on communicating and collaborating for resilient solutions to climate change. To be held at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. Call for papers deadline September 21, 2016. More information.
Energy Impacts 2017
(Wednesday-Thursday, July 26-27, 2017) Energy Impacts 2017 is the first North American conference focused on social science research related to the impacts of energy development - with a goal of synthesis, comparison and innovation among established and emerging energy impacts scholars from North America and abroad. The pace, scale and intensity of new energy development around the world demands credible and informed research about potential impacts to human communities that host energy developments. While a fast-growing body of research addresses social, economic, and behavioral impacts from large-scale energy development for host communities and landscapes, their discoveries are often isolated by disciplinary and geographic boundaries. We invite participation from sociologists, geographers, political scientists, public health specialists, economists, anthropologists, practitioners and other interested parties whose work addresses impacts of new energy development for host communities and landscapes. Please visit http://www.energyimpacts.org to join a mailing list for future updates, and to add your profile to our growing data base of energy impacts researchers and professionals. The conference will be held at Ohio State University, Columbus.
Are city dwellers more social than suburbanites?
The influential book "Bowling Alone," by Robert Putnam, argues that suburbanization has eroded the close bonds within communities, causing Americans to become more isolated and to socialize less with neighbors. A recent study in the Journal of Planning Education and Research, authored by ASU planning professor Deirdre Pfeiffer and Eric Morris of Clemson University, takes a critical look at this assertion. Read more.
Want sharper workers? Try a green-certified office (from GreenBiz.com)
Can a green building make your company smarter? That's what new research suggests, underscoring the ROI for green certifications — not just for optimizing the usual factors such as energy and water use, but for elevating workforce productivity. Read more.
Teach for America
Join Teach For America, and be part of a powerful force taking on the fight of our time. As a corps member, you'll leverage your unique talents to grow your impact while living your most deeply held values. As alumni, you have the opportunity to go on to tackle the problem of educational inequity from every angle: the career educator, the civil rights attorney, the ed tech entrepreneur, the socially-conscious CEO. No matter what field you wish to pursue in the long-term, Teach For America can give you the foundation and network upon which to grow your career. This year, nearly 8,000 corps members teach in 53 regions across the country, while more than 50,000 TFA alumni lead across sectors to make an excellent education a reality for all. Where will you lead? Apply to the 2017 corps today. Application deadline October 19, 2016.
Shenandoah National Park Trust Research Grant Program
Supporters of the Shenandoah National Park Trust have generously donated to fund an annual grant for scientific activities. This program will support field research in the physical, biological, ecological, social, and cultural sciences. The intent of this grant is to support projects conducted in the park and helping to answer questions important to park resources. Grants are managed by Shenandoah National Park and up to $15,000 will be awarded. Application deadline is October 31, 2016. More information and application.
ASU University Sustainability Practices’ Biophilia Contest
Biophilia (n): “Love of life” or peoples’ instinctive bond with nature. Share your vision to bring more nature to ASU’s campus spaces. Biophilic design seeks to incorporate nature into the built environment. Biophilic design reduces stress, improves health and enhances mood and promotes creativity. Participating teams will develop biophilic design concepts for the Memorial Union, one of the Sun Devil Fitness Complexes or a facility of their choosing on any campus. Representatives from proposed facilities and biophilic design experts will choose semi-finalists for ASU students to vote on. The winning design may be installed on campus. This contest is open to all ASU students and entries are due December 1, 2016. First place prize is a $3,000 scholarship. Rules and applications may be found here.
Call for Innovators: PHX Innovation Games
Through SustainPHX, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton has called for the PHX Innovation Games, a challenge for city residents, entrepreneurs, innovators, students, businesses, and other organizations to find innovative ways to make the city more sustainable. To directly solicit help in this area the City’s Environmental Quality Commission (EQC) issued “A Call for Innovators” to propose policies, projects, and programs that advance one or all of the City’s seven sustainability goals. Submissions are due November 1, 2016. More information.
Campus RainWorks Challenge Competition
EPA is announcing the fifth annual Campus RainWorks Challenge prize competition that asks student teams to design green infrastructure for their campus. This year, teams will incorporate climate resiliency and consider community engagement in their stormwater management designs. EPA is calling for college and university students to form teams with a faculty advisor to participate in the competition. EPA encourages teams to be multidisciplinary (comprised of planners, engineers, designers, scientists, and more). Teams will be able to submit in either the master plan or demonstration project categories. Submissions for this year's competition will be due December 16, 2016 and winners will be announced in Spring 2017. EPA will offer faculty and student prizes. Faculty advisors will receive $3,000 for first-place teams and $2,000 for second-place teams. Student team members will receive $2,000 for first-place teams and $1,000 for second-place teams. Please see (https://www.epa.gov/campusrainworks) for more information. Additional questions may be directed to Katelyn Amraen at RainWorks@epa.gov.
Arizona Department of Water Resource Drought Program
September 2016 drought summary is online.
September Southwest Climate Outlook
The September 2016 Southwest Climate Outlook is online.
CLIMAS Podcast: October 2016 – SW Monsoon: Monsoon Recap & Leftovers Edition
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Living with Locusts Project, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
To review and apply for this position, please visit: https://apply.interfolio.com/37618
Research Technician (Birder)
Instructions to Apply: To review and apply go to ASU Human Resources, click on Internal or External Applicants, and in the "Requisition ID" section, type 26764BR.
Communications and Online Coordinator, Southeast Alaska Conservation Council & Inside Passage Waterkeeper, Juneau, Alaska
Application deadline October 15, 2016. More information.
Assistant Professor, Human-Environment Systems, College of Innovation and Design, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho
Review of applications begins October 15, 2016. More information.
Faculty Position in Geodynamics, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Application deadline October 15, 2016. More information.
Water Conservation Specialist, City of Gilbert, Arizona
Application deadline is October 20, 2016. More information.
Faculty Position in Remote Sensing, Department of Geography and Geographic Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Application deadline October 21, 2016. More information.
Faculty Position, Urban and Stormwater Hydrology, Penn State, University Park, Pennsylvania
Review of applications begins October 22, 2016. More information.
Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Minnesota
Application deadline October 24, 2016. More information.
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and McGill School of Environment, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Application deadline October 28, 2016. More information.
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Hydrogeology, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Application deadline October 28, 2016. More information.
Postdoctoral Research Associate, The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, University of Georgia
Application deadline October 31, 2016. More information.
GIS Specialist, Bureau of Environmental & Coastal Quality, Northern Mariana Islands
Application deadline November 1, 2016. More information.
Public Interest Environmental Law Fellow, Environmental Law Institute, Washington, DC
Application deadline November 1, 2016. More information.
Voss Postdoctoral Research Associate, Environment and Society, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Application deadline November 1, 2016. More information.
Senior Economist/Research Fellow, Overseas Development Institute, London, UK
Application deadline November 4, 2016. More information.
Lecturer, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California-Berkeley
Application deadline November 7, 2016. More information.
Program Associate, Turner Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia
Application deadline November 11, 2016. More information.
Assistant Professor, Environmental Justice, Michigan Technological University
Application deadline November 15, 2016. More information.
Assistant Professor, Water Policy, Politics and/or Planning, University of California-Santa Barbara
Application deadline November 15, 2016. More information.
PhD Research Assistantship, Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and Foliar Function, Forest & Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Application deadline December 1, 2016. More information.
Appalachian Forest Heritage Area Americorps, West Virginia
Application deadline December 31, 2016. More information.
Assistant Professor, Soil Biophysics, University of California-Davis
Application deadline June 30, 2017. More information.
Climate Resilience in Urban Campuses + Communities Fellows, Second Nature
Director, Facilities and Property Management, Portland State University
Assistant Professor, Natural Resources Policy and Governance, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado-Boulder
Communications and Member Services Assistant, Urban Sustainability Directors Network & Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance
Principal Public Affairs Representative (Conservation), Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Critical Zone Observatory Network, University of Colorado
Hunger Program and Policy Manager, Arizona Community Action Association