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12th Annual Symposium Award Winners

Uncategorized  — 08/11/2016

Congratulations to the following students for the their achievements at the RSC’s 12th Annual Symposium: *indicates presenting author Graduate Oral Presentations 1st Place: Use of DNA technologies in macroinvertebrate bioassessments Sara Mueller[1]*, Aaron Aunins[2], Timothy King[2], Jay Stauffer Jr.[1] [1]The Pennsylvania State University, [2]U.S. Geological Survey 2nd Place: Aquatic species inventories of ten state parks […]

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PA Sea Grant Job Posting: Communication Specialist

Uncategorized  — 11/07/2016

Penn State University’s Sea Grant program is searching for an experienced, innovative Communications Specialist with strong writing, editing, and social media skills, to create compelling and dynamic content, and disseminate information via traditional and new media.  Pennsylvania Sea Grant, a partnership of NOAA, Penn State University, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is dedicated to promoting […]

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Great Lakes Commission position available: Adaptive Management Program Specialist

Uncategorized  — 21/06/2016

The Great Lakes Commission (Commission) has an immediate opening for a self-starting, highly motivated team player to join our habitat and invasive species programs. This position reports to the habitat program manager and will assist with implementation of a collaborative effort to establish an adaptive management framework to address non-native Phragmites across the Great Lakes […]

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The Indiana Lake Michigan Coastal Program is looking for a new team member at Indiana Dunes State Park Annex Office in Chesterton, Indiana

Uncategorized  — 10/06/2016

The Lake Michigan Coastal Program Special Projects Coordinator position performs professional and administrative duties required to implement the Lake Michigan Coastal Program (LMCP). Incumbent is located in Northwest Indiana and is responsible to the Lake Michigan Coastal Program Manager. The incumbent also provides support for the Coastal Advisory Board, technical assistance regarding coastal management issues, […]

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Two Graduate Research Assistantships in Soil Organic Matter Dynamics at the University of Tennessee

Uncategorized  — 16/05/2016

One M.S. and one Ph.D. research assistantships in Soil Science are available in the department of Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science (BESS) at the University of Tennessee (UT), Knoxville, TN. The overarching goal is to study soil organic carbon dynamics in managed and unmanaged ecosystems in response to natural and anthropogenic perturbations. The research will […]

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