“Biosphere 2 Earth Systems Research for Environmental Solutions” (biosphere2.org/education/research-experiences-for-undergraduates) is a 10-week summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. Students participate in a variety of activities that will help them pursue a career in environmental sciences. They conduct their own research with a faculty mentor, interact with other participants and scientists, and present research findings in a formal poster symposium setting.
If you are looking for ways to expand your department’s current course offerings, or if you are looking for new materials to incorporate in existing classes, consider using instructor materials from this 7-module, 15-week course on Critical Zone Science: https://serc.carleton.edu/integrate/teaching_materials/critical_zone/index.html
Early Career Geoscience Faculty Workshop: Teaching, Research, and Managing Your Career
July 28-August 1, 2019 with optional trip to NSF on Friday, August 2 on the campus of the University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Application deadline: March 24, 2019
Title: Modelling of the Critical Zone within the French Critical Zone Observatories network
Duration of the contract: 1 year (renewable to 2 years)
Starting date of the contract: April 2019
Gross salary: 2400-2600€ per month, according to qualification
The Illinois State Geological Survey is seeking an Assistant Research Scientist, Geophysicist to develop and sustain an independent geophysical research program aimed at innovative and strategic development, and applications of shallow and environmental seismic geophysical methods to contribute to multi-disciplinary research programs within the Prairie Research Institute and beyond. The position will be based in Champaign, Illinois.
The deadline for applications to the UF Water Institute Graduate Fellows program has been extended through January 31, 2019, in part because of the recent addition of one additional fellowship in Science Communication by the UF College of Journalism and Communication. More information can be found at https://waterinstitute.ufl.edu/education/wigf/2019-cohort/ or by contacting Jon Martin:
Help shape a new vision for integrated watershed science by joining us for a series of discussion-based webinars that will inform an upcoming workshop from the U.S. Department of Energy. The webinars build from a webinar on November 26th, 2018, and focus on more detailed themes.
HYDROGEOCHEMIST – Geohydrology Section – Kansas Geological Survey – The University of Kansas, Lawrence.