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Cathryn Clarke Murray on “Connections and Challenges: Lessons learned five years after the Great Japanese Tsunami of 2011“. [Photo Credit: www.telegraph.co.uk]
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Conservation Science and in Quantitative Ecology and/or Evolution: at Imperial College London, Silwood
The closing date for both positions is the *4th of December 2015*. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Conservation Science: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AMG860/lecturer-senior-lecturer-in-conservation-science/ Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Ecology and/or Evolution: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AMG866/lecturer-senior-lecturer-in-quantitative-ecology-and-or-evolution/
December 1, 2015: Professional Development Seminar
Robin Gregory, Michael Harstone & Andrea Kennedy
Consultant Panel (Last seminar for Term 1)
This is the last IRES Seminar for Term 1. The next IRES Seminar is on Thursday, January 7, 2016. [Photo Credit: www.play.google.com]
Thank you for considering the Resources Management and Environmental Studies (RMES) program at UBC for your studies.
The application deadline has passed and we are no longer accepting applications for the September 2016 academic year. [Photo Credit: vancouver.24hrs.ca]
John Beatty on “The Ambiguity of Consensus”.
Breakthrough Institute Summer Fellowship 2016 Paid ($500/week) Summer Term of 10 weeks (June – August) Location: Oakland, California Eligibility: Recent college graduate or postgraduate students; any nationality; must have a demonstrated interest in one of our three program areas (Energy, Conservation, and Innovation). Breakthrough also offers limited scholarships to those with Masters degrees or higher […]
Nathan Johnson is expanding research in microgrids, distributed energy systems, and resiliency for both on-grid and off-grid applications. The attached announcement outlines a postdoc opportunity to co-lead that section of research with his lab. Please circulate this announcement within your networks of recent and forthcoming PhD graduates. His plan is for the individual to work 50% in resiliency […]