NOAA’s Snohomish Estuary juvenile salmon project is seeking volunteers to assist with their on-going field sampling. See the attached project description. No experience needed. It’s fun field work (although with some very early mornings!) with a great group of people. Contact Todd Sandell at NOAA (Todd.Sandell) if you are interested in helping.
We are starting a new research fellowship collaboration with the Senckenberg Research Institute in Germany. Their focus is on wildlife conservation genetics and bioinformatics. I’ve attached the posting (positions starting in January 2016) and am hoping that you could think about whether you know of any great candidates. Please recall that this NIH program targets minorities and students from other underrepresented communities. Let me know if you have any questions.
Michelle Wainstein, PhD
Conservation, Research and Education Opportunities International (CREOi)
Position: Executive Director/Coordinator
Salary and Benefits: Salaried, full-time exempt. $40,000-50,000 annually depending on qualifications and
experience. Paid vacation and sick leave. Health insurance stipend. Dental, vision, and life insurance.
Work Schedule: Weekdays, some evening and weekend meetings and events.
Location: Mapleton office and field. Some out-of-area travel.
Title of Supervisor: President of the SWC Board of Directors
There is still room in the MESA program’s Autumn Quarter tutoring seminar (C ENV 420). This 2-credit, CR/NC course includes a weekly seminar alongside a high school student tutoring experience and is appropriate for all students interested in STEM education.
Email MTUTORUW for an add code.
Be a Tutor with Seattle MESA
· Earn up to 10 credits in your major or minor
· Motivate and mentor a student
· Develop your teaching skills
· Build confidence in STEM subject areas
· Work with other great UW volunteers
· Travel available through UCAR
For more information please contact Joffrey Hooks at mtutoruw or (206) 616-2946
Tutoring Program Coordinator & Instructor
College of the Environment
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98105
Office: (206) 616-2946
Mobile: (773) 808-4153
State of Washington is now accepting applications for the following position(s):
FISH AND WILDLIFE RESEARCH SCIENTIST 2 *07977H
Non-permanent Fish Hatchery Specialist 2 *08064-15
Permanent Fish Hatchery Specialist 1 In-training *08066-15
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Greetings! My name is Molly Parkan and I am the new CSF Coordinator. The CSF is hiring an Outreach Coordinator for the coming year who will be tasked with raising the profile of the CSF within that campus community via outreach, marketing, and promotion. We are looking for a student who demonstrates a strong commitment and passion for the environment and campus sustainability. An advanced understanding of the campus culture and fabric is a plus. The full job description is attached. Please feel free to forward to any students you think may be interested in applying for the position.
Start Date: mid-September
Hours/Times: 15-19.5 hours per week, Days/Times Negotiable
Compensation: $13-15 per hour
Deadline to Apply: August 31, 2015
The Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF) operates within the UW Sustainability Office, a unit of Planning & Management. The CSF is a student-fee derived grant fund available to the UW Seattle community to implement sustainability projects on campus. The Outreach Coordinator will play a lead role in raising the profile of the CSF within the campus community. The CSF Outreach Coordinator will gain hands on experience in networking, communications, marketing, development of educational materials and small project development and management. This position will report to the CSF Coordinator.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
We have scheduled our GRE Prep and Basic Math courses for September and would appreciate your help in spreading the word about these awesome UW Women’s Center classes. The Women’s Center is a non-profit organization located on the University of Washington Campus.
Below are the dates and times for our September Series:
GRE and Basic Math Refresher Classes
September 13th, 20th, 27th and October 4th
GRE: 10AM – 1:30PM
Online Registration Link: https://apm.activecommunities.com/uwwomenscenter/Activity_Search
Attached is the printable PDF of the flyer as well.
Again, we appreciate your assistance in getting this information out!
Thank you so much,
Life Long Learning Coordinator