How to Publish Your Research Monterey Chapter Of The Society For Women In Marine Science (SWMS) Moss Landing Marine Labs-Seminar Room
Thurs, Nov 7, 6:30-8:00PM PST Come to our next SWMS event, How to Publish Your Research! Our panel of guests will answer your questions about getting your work published in journals. How do you choose the right journal? Who gets included as co-author? What do you need to know about working with reviewers? More info here.
2-day Marine Process Planning Training MARINE and UCSC Coastal Science & Policy Program Moss Landing Marine Labs-Seminar Room
Sat-Sun, Nov 9-10, 8:30-6:00PM PST Engage and learn from a concise curriculum that includes region-speciﬁc modules, interactive game theory and other innovative educational approaches. Practice the skills identiﬁed in hundreds of national and international case studies. Build a peer-to-peer network of coastal professionals in their region, and join the national peer-to-peer network. More info here.
2020 Sea Lion Bowl National Ocean Science Bowl CSU Monterey Bay
Sat, Feb 1, 2020 The National Ocean Sciences Bowl is an academic competition and program that addresses a national gap in environmental and earth sciences in public education by introducing high school students to and engaging them in ocean science, preparing them for ocean science-related and other STEM careers, and helping them become knowledgeable citizens and environmental stewards. The Sea Lion Bowl is the regional competition in Northern and Central California. Teams of high school students study to understand how the ocean works and the human connections to the oceans. At the competition, they are able to show off their knowledge and depth of understanding through various question types. Volunteer signups will be open in November. More info here.
Community Collaboration: A Locally Driven Approach to Estuarine Management OneNOAA Science Seminar Series
Mon, Nov 4, 12:00-01:00PM PST Speaker: Jenni Schmitt, South Slough NERR, OR, and Jill Rolfe, Coos County Planning Department, OR. More info here.
Making Marine and Coastal Protected Areas Climate Savvy OneNOAA Science Seminar Series
Thur, Nov 7, 11:00AM-12:00PM PST Speaker: Eric Mielbrecht, NOAA and the University of California Santa Cruz. Sara Hutto, Greater Farallones Association. More info here.
Steelhead at the Surface: Impacts of the Hood Canal Floating Bridge on Migrating Steelhead Smolts OneNOAA Science Seminar Series
Thur, Nov 7, 11:00AM-12:30PM PST Speaker: Megan Moore, NWFSC. More info here.
Representative, California (Sea Otter and Coastal Conservation) Defenders of Wildlife Monterey, CA
Full-Time More info here.
Climate Outreach and Maine Brewshed Alliance Coordinator Natural Resources Council of Maine Augusta, ME
Full-Time More info here.
Maui Research Officer Coral Reef Alliance Maui, HI
Temporary More info here.
Senior Associate, Conserving Marine Life in the U.S. (Campaigner) The Pew Charitable Trusts Washington, DC
Full-Time More info here.
Fisheries Oceanographer Scripps Institution of Oceanography Oakland, CA
Full-Time More info here.
Aquarium Intern – Winter 2020 Alaska SeaLife Center Seward, AK
Part-Time More info here.
NOAA Planet Stewards 2020 Stewardship Community Application Deadline: Dec 1, 2019 The NOAA Planet Stewards Education Project (PSEP) provides formal and informal educators working with elementary through college aged students the knowledge and resources to build scientifically-literate individuals and communities who are prepared to respond to environmental challenges monitored by NOAA. More info here.
Cornell University Application Deadline: Dec 1, 2019 Cornell University is hosting the fourth annual Diversity and Inclusion Preview Weekend from March 12-15, 2020 for prospective graduate students interested in the following research areas: ecology, entomology, evolutionary biology, and plant science. Through this event, graduate students in these areas of study are seeking to increase diversity in scientific communities. This preview weekend is intended to introduce attendees to Cornell's graduate research programs the year before they apply to graduate school. More info here.
University of California, Santa Cruz Application Deadline: Dec 10, 2019 Students admitted to the Master of Science in Coastal Science and Policy and participating in the PhD Designated Emphasis Program come from diverse backgrounds and have interests that range across the coastal zone (from land to the sea). The Coastal Science and Policy Program is interested in students with demonstrated experiences in and a passion for sustainability sciences, economics, and policy. Most will have completed a bachelor’s degree at a four-year university in a field relevant to coastal sustainability. Relevant fields are diverse and include biology, conservation science, earth sciences, chemistry, oceanography, environmental studies, social sciences, economics, human ecology, political science, sociology, engineering, and interdisciplinary programs. More info here.
University of California, Davis Application Deadline: Jan 15, 2020 At the University of California, Davis, the Sustainable Oceans Ph.D. Program trains the next generation of quantitative marine scientists under a new paradigm that begins with the decisions facing policy makers to generate use-inspired research questions across ecology, conservation biology, population biology, economics, geology, physiology, biogeochemistry, and oceanography. More info here.
Duke University's Nichols School of the Environment Application Deadline: Open until filled The Nichols School of the Environment at Duke University has several upcoming trainings and workshops available. Topics include Environmental Communication for Behavior Change, Writing for Environmental Professionals, Marine Planning Process, and more. More info here.
University of Missouri's School of Natural Resources Application Deadline: Open until filled The School of Natural Resources at the University of Missouri is seeking one to three motivated students to pursue MS/PhD studies in water and natural resources management. Successful applicants are expected to conduct high-quality research, present research findings at conferences, publish in peer-reviewed journals, and assist in teaching. More info here.
Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship Application Deadline: Dec 20, 2019 The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is pleased to announce an opportunity for graduate students in the social and natural sciences to apply for a two-year Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship to tackle complex challenges in the nation’s estuaries and coastal communities. The Fellow will work with one of the nation’s 29 National Estuarine Research Reserves alongside a mentor, fellow scientists from diverse fields, and local community leaders and decision makers as the team addresses coastal challenges. The Davidson Fellowship includes networking opportunities and career-readiness training. Graduate students currently admitted to or enrolled in a master’s or PhD program at an accredited US college or university with at least two years remaining in the program. Students must be US citizens or permanent residents of US states or territories to apply. While there is no required field of study, applicant qualifications should be appropriate to complete the proposed research project. Students pursuing degrees in natural and social sciences are encouraged to apply. More info here.
Delta Science Fellowship Application Deadline: Dec 20, 2019 The Delta Science Fellows Program (previously known as the CALFED Science Fellows Program) was established to bring together graduate students and postdoctoral researchers with Bay-Delta agency scientists and senior research mentors. Fellows work on collaborative data analysis and research projects applicable to the California Bay-Delta system. The goal of funding this research is to invest in knowledge that will fundamentally advance the understanding of the complex environments and systems within the Bay-Delta system to aid policy-makers and managers, and to train the next generation of research scientists for water issues in California. California Sea Grant administers and manages the fellowship program on behalf of the Delta Stewardship Council - Delta Science Program. More info here.
Alaska Sea Grant State Fellowship Program Application Deadline: TBA around Dec, 2019 A unique professional opportunity for soon-to-graduate or recently finished graduate students interested in the science and policy needed to keep our marine resources healthy. Modeled after the highly successful Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, the state fellowship program provides an opportunity to acquire on-the-job experience in the planning and implementation of marine resource policies and programs in Alaska. The program matches highly motivated graduate students and recent graduates with hosts in Alaska-based state or federal agencies for a 12-month paid fellowship. More info here.
Ocean Exploration Trust - Science Communication Fellowship Application Deadline: Jan 10, 2020 The Science Communication Fellowship invites formal and informal educators to participate in the Nautilus Exploration Program as expedition communicators for ocean exploration sharing the excitement of exploration and research with students and public audiences in their communities and around the world. Fellows gain exposure to and experience in the applications of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics within the field of ocean exploration and serve a key role within an authentic scientific exploration mission. More info here.
University of California, San Diego - Internship Application Deadline: Jan 17, 2020 The University of California, San Diego in collaboration with the Marine Physical Laboratory at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) seeks inquisitive motivated undergraduates with exceptional aptitude for quantitative science. This ten-week summer internship program offers qualified students the opportunity to work with notable scientists as well as attend weekly seminars given by faculty and staff members. More info here.
Ocean Exploration Trust - Internships Application Deadline: Jan 24, 2020 The Ocean Exploration Trust centers on scientific exploration of the seafloor from aboard the Exploration Vessel (E/V) Nautilus, a 64-meter research vessel. In addition to conducting scientific research, the Ocean Exploration Trust provides educators and students experiences in ocean exploration and science communication. Internships through the Ocean Exploration Trust aims to train individuals with scientific backgrounds in research while at-sea. Science interns spend their time onboard working with a wide array of scientists, learning how to make scientific observations, logging data in Nautilus systems, and summarizing scientific dives. More info here.
Kathryn D. Sullivan Earth and Marine Science Fellowship Application Deadline: Jan 31, 2020 The Kathryn D. Sullivan Earth and Marine Science Fellowship is designed to increase the number of highly trained earth and marine scientists and enable graduate students to conduct NASA-related Earth/marine science research.. More info here.
NOAA Center for Coastal & Marine Ecosystems - Graduate Fellowship Application Deadline: Feb 1, 2020 Interested in pursuing a graduate degree on the central coast? The NOAA Center for Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Graduate Fellowship provides funding for two years of graduate study. Center research emphases include Coastal Resilience, Coastal Intelligence and Place-Based Conservation. Students applying to the thesis program in Environmental Science or Marine Science at CSUMB are eligible for funding. More info here.
John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Application Deadline: Feb 21, 2020 The Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship provides a unique educational and professional experience to graduate students who have an interest in ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources and in the national policy decisions affecting those resources. The Fellowship, named after one of Sea Grant's founders and former NOAA Administrator John A. Knauss, matches highly qualified graduate students with "hosts" in the legislative and executive branch of government located in the Washington, D.C. area, for a one year paid fellowship. More info here.
Washington Sea Grant Hershman Fellowship Application Deadline: May 10, 2020 The Washington Sea Grant Hershman Fellowship offers a unique educational opportunity for soon-to-graduate or recently finished graduate students engaged in studies pertaining to ocean and coastal policy issues. This one-year, paid marine policy fellowship matches highly motivated, qualified individuals with host agencies, nonprofits or tribes throughout Washington State. The Washington Sea Grant Hershman Fellowship offers students first-hand experiences in crafting marine and natural resource policies and allows them to share their academic expertise with their host offices. More info here.
We receive many more offers for fellowships, scholarships, grants, and internships than we can list, but feel free to follow us on social media or email us directly for additional resources.
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