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Content Specialist, Science Education Resource Center

Content Specialist position open at the Science Education Resource Center (SERC). The Content Specialist works as part of the Science Education Resource Center (SERC) web team at Carleton College to support projects fostering STEM learning, and to develop and deploy professional development programming, develop new and improve existing websites, and assist in education research and evaluation projects lead by people at SERC and partner institutions. This is a regular full-time grant funded position. Desired start date: September 1, 2020. To learn more about the role or to apply, visit: https://jobs.carleton.edu/postings/4693

Content Specialist, Science Education Resource Center [7/30/2020]

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Science Education Associate, Science Education Resource Center

Science Education Associate position open at the Science Education Resource Center (SERC). The Science Education Associate advances SERC work in addressing equity and enhancing the quality of STEM teaching and learning by pursuing funding opportunities, conducting and collaborating on externally funded education improvement projects, and disseminating the results to a broad community. This person will work as a self-directed member of SERC staff with priorities determined by the SERC leadership team and project principal investigators of partner projects across multiple other institutions. This position offices in Northfield, Minnesota. This is a full-time regular grant funded position. Desired start date: September 1, 2020. To learn more about the role or to apply, visit: https://jobs.carleton.edu/postings/4692

Science Education Associate, Science Education Resource Center [7/30/2020]

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Assistant Geologist, GeoCorps™ America

Position Description
The GeoCorps participant will work with the oil and gas program of the Royal Gorge Field Office in Cañon City, Colorado. The participant will work under the direction of the oil and gas natural resource specialist (NRS) and petroleum engineer on site. The participant will support other natural resource staff and will help complete environmental assessments and surface inspections related to operations overseen by the field office.

Qualifications
• Recent graduate from either a Bachelors or Masters program
• Ability and desire to work beyond the initial 12-week term for a total of 52 weeks. The training for this position can be intense and lengthy, so being able to work for a longer period of time is much more advantageous to all parties.
• Experience and/or objectives related to fluid minerals (oil and gas), or similar field
• Educational background and/or experience in to fluid minerals (oil and gas), or similar field (helpful)
• Experience with computers and GIS (required)
• Background in GIS, file and document management (helpful)
• Varied work experience (does not include positions in academia only; practical work experience helpful)
• Ability to work in both a team environment and individually
• Ability to work with the public
• Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record
• A government security background clearance will be required prior to starting this position

Application: Apply by Monday, 17 August.

Please consult the program’s application instructions  page and online project description   for more information.

Questions? Please contact geocorps@geosociety.org.

This project is being offered through the Geological Society of America's GeoCorps America program in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management and Aerotek, Inc. To learn more about the GeoCorps America program, please visit https://www.geosociety.org/geocorps.

Assistant Geologist, GeoCorps™ America [7/22/2020]

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Postdoctoral Fellow, Quaternary Geology/Soil Science/Geomorphology, Desert Research Institute

The Desert Research Institute (DRI) is an environmental sciences research organization within the Nevada System of Higher Education. DRI is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow with expertise in the general areas of Soil Science, Geomorphology, and Quaternary Geology to support currently funded projects. Project efforts are focused on developing systematic relations among landform type, soil properties, surface conditions, and vegetative cover that can provide realistic prediction or estimation of basic soil properties (surface and subsurface) including dominant profile features, and soil physical properties (e.g., soil thickness, texture, degree of soil development) across various glacial landform features. We are especially interested in scientists with knowledge and expertise in the geomorphology and soils associated with areas having a history of late Quaternary continental glaciation and related deposits and landforms. The position is based at DRI's Northern Nevada Science Center in Reno, Nevada.

Required Qualifications
• US citizenship.
• Ph.D. in soil science, geoscience, or geography and related fields (e.g., environmental science) from an accredited institution.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Evidence of the ability to participate in collaborative, team-based oriented research.
• Self-starter who can take direction but does not require it.
• Ability to work independently to fulfill project goals and meet project deadlines.
• Valid driver’s license and driving record that allows the ability to access U.S. instillations.

Conditions of Employment
• Due to security requirements associated with accessing essential project sites and information, ALL applicants MUST be citizens of the United States.
• Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background check.
• Must be able to work extended hours in the field (often in remote locations) and travel as required.

See complete details and apply online at https://nshe.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/DRI-External. For questions regarding this position or assistance with your application, please call the recruiting office at 775-673-7319.

The Desert Research Institute (DRI) is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

Postdoctoral Fellow, Quaternary Geology/Soil Science/Geomorphology, Desert Research Institute [7/16/2020]

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Postdoctoral Fellow, Soil Science/Soil Physics/Soil Mechanics, Desert Research Institute

The Desert Research Institute (DRI) is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow with expertise in the general areas of soil hydrology, soil physics, and soil mechanics to support currently funded projects. Current project efforts are focused on developing systematic relations among landform type, soil physical properties, surface condition, and vegetative cover that can provide realistic prediction or estimation of basic soil properties, especially soil strength, soil moisture, and soil dust emission in both the soil surface and soil sub-surface. The position is based at DRI's Northern Nevada Science Center in Reno, Nevada.

Required Qualifications
• US citizenship.
• Ph.D. in soil science, geophysics, hydrology, geoscience, or related fields in engineering (e.g., geologic, environmental) from an accredited institution.
• Experience in two of more of the research areas of Soil Science, Soil Physics, or Soil Mechanics.
• Evidence of the ability to participate in collaborative, team-based oriented research.

Conditions of Employment
• Due to security requirements associated with accessing essential project sites and information, ALL applicants MUST be citizens of the United States.
• Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background check.
• Must be able to work extended hours in the field (often in remote locations) and travel as required.

See complete details and apply online at https://nshe.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/DRI-External. For questions regarding this position or assistance with your application, please call the recruiting office at 775-673-7319.

The Desert Research Institute (DRI) is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer.

Postdoctoral Fellow, Soil Science/Soil Physics/Soil Mechanics, Desert Research Institute [7/16/2020]

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Geoscience Manager, Digital Mapping Laboratory, University of Idaho

Location: Moscow, Idaho
Division/College: University Research (Div)
Employee Category: Exempt
Pay Range: $65,000 annually or higher depending on experience
Full/Part Time: Full Time

Position Summary:
The Geoscience Manager for the Digital Mapping and GIS Laboratory (DML) of the Idaho Geological Survey (IGS) is stationed at the Moscow campus of the University of Idaho. The successful candidate will manage and oversee all aspects of the DML, leading the implementation and development of core capabilities of the lab including the production of map products and publications, web design, IT, and data management across a range of software and platforms. The Geoscience Manager will supervise the DML staff, which includes GIS Analysts and Digital Cartographers, and will assist professional staff with GIS-related applications, industry-grade subsurface modeling software, and remote sensing applications and will advise and assist with the development and integration of new technologies such as drones and other techniques. The incumbent will also oversee Information Technology contractors. Maintenance and purchasing of lab software and hardware as well as co-management of the IGS website and Windows network domain are additional responsibilities of the position. The successful candidate will proficiently interface with geologic staff on IGS research projects and provide technical revisions. Limited travel will be required as needed to attend professional or state meetings and for regular visits to the Boise office of IGS.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree in Geology, Earth and Environmental Sciences or closely related field.
• Three years of post-degree applied ArcGIS work experience with geologic and geospatial data (teaching experience at any level or graduate TA or RA assistantships are not counted as applied work experience. Postdoctoral experience in relevant fields will be considered up to 1 year).

Experience:
• Using ESRI ArcGIS software applications
• Supervising and managing technical staff
• Interpreting and analyzing geologic maps
• Working in Applied Geology
• Understanding geologic maps and geologic mapping principles
• Editing and writing business correspondence and technical documents using proper grammar and punctuation as demonstrated in application materials
• Managing multiple projects concurrently
• Leading teams in a team-working environment
• Using computer software and applications for word processing, email, internet searches, and data organization
• Designing databases
• Applying programming languages to GIS applications
• Experience managing PC computer networks and servers
• Valid driver’s license and ability to pass University of Idaho Defensive Driving course.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Map publication experience including publishing maps and other publications using ArcMap and Adobe Illustrator
• Proven knowledge and work experience with management of IT contractors
• Working knowledge of SQL database scripting language
• Working knowledge of computer IT systems including MS Active Directory and managing local domains
• Proven and advanced knowledge/work experience with Python programing
• Demonstrated experience with teaching GIS and database skills to technical staff
• Applied GIS/geology work experience with a state or federal geologic survey
• Proven experience with conducting geologic mapping
• Proven working experience with Lidar applications in the field of geology
• Ph.D. in Geology or closely related field with an emphasis in geospatial and GIS applications of geology.
• GIS Certificate or equivalent
• Working knowledge of AutoCAD software
• Direct supervision of geology, GIS, and digital cartographic staff

Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Ability to carry and/or otherwise move equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.

Requires occasional overnight travel.

Posting Number: SP002524P

Posting Date: 07/10/2020

Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions:
The preferential review of applicants will begin on August 10, 2020. Certificates and licenses along with an example of authored geologic map that the applicant has produced are optional documents to upload as “other documents.

Background Check:
Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.

To apply, please visit: https://apptrkr.com/1957830

EEO Statement
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer.

Geoscience Manager, Digital Mapping Laboratory, University of Idaho [7/15/2020]

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Accountability, Climate, Equity, and Scholarship Fellows 2020-2021 Program, Texas A&M University

Texas A&M University’s Accountability, Climate, Equity, and Scholarship (ACES) Fellows Program is a faculty pipeline initiative that connects those advancing outstanding scholarship with relevant disciplinary units on campus. For 2020, the ACES Fellows Program is administered by the Office for Diversity at Texas A&M in partnership with four colleges: The Bush School of Government and Public Service;   College of Education and Human Development; College of Geosciences;  and College of Liberal Arts.

In recognition of Texas A&M University's Diversity Plan, the ACES Fellows Program promotes the research, teaching, and scholarship of early career scholars who embrace the belief that diversity is an indispensable component of academic excellence.

ACES Fellows are afforded access to invaluable academic and professional development experiences to advance their careers as scholars. It is possible that some ACES Fellows will be hired as tenure-track faculty at the conclusion of the fellowship. ACES Fellows will benefit from: prescriptive mentoring, access to instructional best practices, a vast array of world-class research and productivity resources, and a robust network of renowned Texas A&M scholars from across disciplines.

ABOUT THE 2020-2021 ACES FELLOWS PROGRAM
• Texas A&M University’s ACES Fellows Program is a two-year (24 month) fellowship for early career PhDs. Applicants should have earned their PhD between January 1, 2017 and July 1, 2021.
• The stipend is $60,000 per year plus benefits. Benefits including medical, dental, and vision are available. The fellowship period generally begins August 1 and ends on July 31. Start dates are negotiable, but must commence between July 1 and August 10.
• Fellows will receive reimbursement for one-time relocation fees (up to $5,000), a research and travel allowance of $3,000 per year, and a private office.
• ACES Fellows will teach one course per academic year, thereby benefiting from dedicated research time. Fellows will hold the title of Visiting Assistant Professor.
• A hallmark of the Texas A&M University’s ACES Fellows Program is the mentoring ACES Fellows will receive, as well as its attention to community-building among ACES Fellows.

ELIGIBILITY
Applications are welcome from scholars with a strength in, and evidence of, a respect for diversity and inclusion. Applicants' doctoral degrees should be completed between January 1, 2017 and July 1, 2021.

APPLICATION
Applications are due by 9 am on October 1, 2020. For a full summary of the program and to apply visit the ACES Website.

Please email ACES@tamu.edu if you have any questions related to eligibility, technical issues with the application, or program details.

Accountability, Climate, Equity, and Scholarship Fellows 2020-2021 Program, Texas A&M University [7/14/2020]

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Supervisory Geologist, GS-1350-14 (MP-DB), US Geological Survey

DEU - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/572539900 - closes 7/23 
MP - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/572539700 - closes 7/23
Salary: $121,316 (Step 01) to $157,709 (Step 10);
NOTE: First time hires to the Federal Government are typically hired at the Step 01. Open to current or former Federal employees

As a Supervisory Geologist within the Eastern Energy Resources Science Center, some of your specific duties will include:
o Develops and coordinates contracts, cooperates with outside interests to develop Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs), Consortia documents, and Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs).
o Collaborates with Federal and State agencies to encourage and develop outside funding resources.
o Negotiates Team Scientist Emeritus and Volunteer agreements and coordinates/assesses their activities.
o As Associate Center Director, collaborates with the Center Director in the on-going day-to-day operation of the Centers by providing scientific support to the Center Director and Administrative Officer in the planning, execution, review, supervision, and administration of the technical phases of the Centers.
o Coordinates job duties with the Center Director to ensure that an area of scientific research can be pursued within the realm of the job.

Travel Required: Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position 1-2 nights per month.

Special Requirements For This Position:
o This position requires completion of a one year supervisory/managerial probationary period, if one has not previously been completed.
o If selected for this position, you may be required to file one or more financial statements upon reporting and annually, some of which may be subject to public disclosure.
o Because this position requires travel for official business, the selectee will be required to apply for a charge card within 30 calendar days of appointment. Individuals who have delinquent account balances from a previous Government charge card will be required to satisfy their existing obligation before a new card can be issued.
o A background investigation will be required for this position. Continued employment will be subject to the applicant's successful completion of a background security investigation and favorable adjudication. Failure to successfully meet these requirements will be grounds for termination.
o Throughout the recruitment and hiring process we will be communicating with you via email; therefore, it is imperative that the email address you provide when applying for this vacancy remains active. Should your email address change, please notify the point of contact identified in the vacancy announcement as soon as possible so that we can update our system.

Supervisory Geologist, GS-1350-14 (MP-DB), US Geological Survey [7/7/2020]

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Associate Professor (Disaster and Remote Sensing), Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS), Asian School of the Environment (ASE) and School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is seeking to fill a dual-role position comprising (1) director of a new laboratory at EOS focused on natural hazards monitoring and disaster response using remote sensing and (2) a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Associate Professor (without tenure) in the area of radar/optical remote sensing and geophysics.

Responsibilities as a director will include (1) formulating and leading a lab for developing innovative new algorithms and systems for disaster response and hazard monitoring, using Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and optical imagery, (2) producing and delivering disaster response and hazard monitoring products in support of responding agencies and scientific communities, and (3) building trusted relationships with responding agencies to create societal impact in and around Southeast Asia. The director will work closely with offices at EOS focused on public engagement and philanthropy, and with faculty research groups at EOS, EEE and ASE.

Responsibilities as a faculty member will include (1) teaching undergraduate and graduate level classes in radar and optical remote sensing at EEE and ASE, (2) supervising PhD students and postdocs, (3) conducting research in remote sensing and geophysics in collaboration with the research groups at EOS, EEE and ASE, and (4) publishing research and application results and sharing lessons learned from response, monitoring, and development.

Details of requirements

As a director at The Earth Observatory of Singapore:
The successful applicant is expected to have an outstanding track record of rapid disaster-response activities following natural disasters -- such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, wildfires, and floods -- using SAR and InSAR observations from spaceborne and airborne platforms. They should have extensive experience supporting international responding agencies in disaster response and monitoring. Evidence of at least ten years of semi-operational application-oriented professional experiences is required.

EOS conducts research on earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions and climate change in Southeast Asia and elsewhere. Aside from its scientific value, our work gives Singapore and other countries in the region the knowledge they need to build societies that are more resilient to these natural hazards.

As a faculty member of Nanyang Technological University:
The successful applicant will have a PhD in geophysics, remote sensing, Earth science, or a related discipline, with a high level of education and experience in InSAR and its applications in geophysics. Also required is a track record of supervising other researchers, postdocs, students, and interns in relevant fields, and demonstrated ability in attracting research funding. The successful applicant needs to demonstrate outstanding teaching abilities in the field of radar and optical remote sensing. It is expected that the applicant be able to contribute to the collaborative research environment in EOS, EEE and ASE.

Application

Please click here and submit the following documents to us:
• Cover letter
• Curriculum Vitae including a full publication list
• Statement of current and future research interest
• Teaching statement
• Names of three referees

Closing Date
This position will remain open until filled.

Associate Professor (Disaster and Remote Sensing), Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University [6/18/2020]

 

Opportunities for Students

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PhD Research Opportunity: Phosphorus Environmental Biogeochemistry in Agricultural Watersheds, UW Madison

The UW Madison Department of Soil Science and Department of Environmental Engineering has four years of funding for a PhD student interested in developing expertise in advanced chemical analytical methods, nutrient management in waterbodies and applying project results to real life wastewater management and nutrient trading scenarios. Partnering with existing research field trials, we will identify P compounds (speciation) and determine their bioavailability in field runoff using a variety traditional wet chemistry and advanced spectroscopic methods infrequently applied to agricultural systems (including synchrotron-based x-ray spectroscopic techniques and reverse phase ion-pair chromatography). We will then construct and test a model for particulate P bioavailability. This vital information will immediately inform Wisconsin and USDA nutrient management models. This work is important in the development of sustainable agricultural systems while protecting water supplies. It also has direct applicability to nutrient trading schemes involving utilities, municipal water systems, watershed protection agencies and farm management. The RA includes tuition waiver, health insurance and monthly stipend. The student will receive a joint PhD from the UW Madison Soil Science and Environmental Engineering departments and be jointly advised by Dr. Francisco Arriaga and Dr. Matthew Ginder-Vogel. For more information contact Geoff Siemering, Department of Soil Science, gsiemering@wisc.edu.

PhD Research Opportunity: Phosphorus Environmental Biogeochemistry in Agricultural Watersheds, UW Madison [7/7/2020]

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MS Student Research Opportunity: Surficial geologic mapping to investigate the contribution of clastic alluvial fans to the recharge of the Mississippi valley alluvial aquifer

The Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute, a research institute at the University of Mississippi, has a fully funded Research Assistant (RA) for one year supported by the USGS EDMAP program and a possible teaching assistantship for a second year for a MS Geology or Geological Engineering student to perform geologic mapping in Mississippi. The project will map a 7.5-minute quadrangle and will focus on characterizing alluvial fans on the valley margin and their role in recharging the alluvial aquifer in the Delta region of western Mississippi. The student will learn geologic mapping methods, learn to drill and describe cores, learn to use a ground penetrating radar system, and create a 3D database using ArcGIS and/or the Petrel software platform. This project is a collaboration with the USGS Lower Mississippi Water Science Center and the Mississippi Geological Survey and officially starts on July 1, 2020. Second year funding as a teaching assistant would include a stipend, health insurance, and full tuition waiver. For more information, contact: Dr. Ronald Counts, Associate Director, Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute, rcounts@olemiss.edu

MS Student Research Opportunity: Surficial geologic mapping to investigate the contribution of clastic alluvial fans to the recharge of the Mississippi valley alluvial aquifer [6/24/2020]

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MS Student Research Opportunity: Using geophysics and luminescence geochronology to determine the age and extent of the Adams Mill fault, Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C.

The Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute, a research institute at the University of Mississippi, has a funded Research Assistant (RA) for one year, with a possibility of RA funding for a second year, for a MS student in Geology or Geological Engineering to collect samples to confirm preliminary maximum luminescence ages for a fault exposed at the Smithsonian’s National Zoological Park. The student will also use ground penetrating radar and seismic reflection and/or refraction to try to map the southward projection of the fault near the Washington Monument and the National Mall. This project officially starts on 7/01/2020 and includes an RA stipend, health insurance and full tuition waiver. Funding as a teaching assistant with a stipend, health insurance, and a full tuition waiver in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering may be available in the second year if an RA is unavailable. For more information, contact: Dr. Ronald Counts, Associate Director, Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute, rcounts@olemiss.edu

MS Student Research Opportunity: Using geophysics and luminescence geochronology to determine the age and extent of the Adams Mill fault, Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C. [6/24/2020]

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MS Student Research Opportunity: Geochronology of deep alluvium in selected areas in the Mississippi Alluvial Plain aquifer system using Optically-Stimulated Luminescence Dating

The Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute, a research institute at the University of Mississippi, has one year of funding for a Research Assistant (RA) with possible funding for a second year for a Geology or Geological Engineering graduate (MS) student on a project that involves optically stimulated luminescence dating of deep Mississippi River alluvium. This project will examine the Pleistocene evolution of the middle Mississippi River valley and is a collaboration with the USGS Lower Mississippi Water Science Center. The student will be involved with drilling and characterizing cores and will prepare samples for OSL dating at the USGS Luminescence Dating Lab in Denver. The project will also look at new airborne electrical resistivity data in the Mississippi River valley and possibly collect new data using other geophysical methods such as GPR and ground-based ER methods. The student will have the opportunity to use the Petrel software platform to create 3D geologic models with the geophysical data. This project tentatively starts in the spring of 2021 and includes a full tuition waiver, health insurance and a monthly stipend. Funding as a teaching assistant with a stipend, health insurance, and a full tuition waiver in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering may be available in the second year if an RA is unavailable. For more information, contact: Dr. Ronald Counts, Associate Director, Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute, rcounts@olemiss.edu

MS Student Research Opportunity: Geochronology of deep alluvium in selected areas in the Mississippi Alluvial Plain aquifer system using Optically-Stimulated Luminescence Dating [6/24/2020]

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MS Student Research Opportunity: Water circulation in coastal Mississippi and the impact on water quality and oyster health

The Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute, a research institute at the University of Mississippi, has two years of funding for a Research Assistant (RA) for a MS student in Geology or Geological Engineering for a project that will be using remote sensing and GIS, integrated with field measurements to understand the circulation patterns in the Mississippi Sound and the influence of the Bonnet Carre spillway and the impact on the oyster reefs in the western Mississippi Sound. The project, conducted in conjunction with other universities in Mississippi, is designed to improve our understanding of the water quality of the sound and the future of the oyster reefs in the region. It will require an interest in coastal issues, willingness to go out in a boat, and remote sensing and/or GIS experience. The project is part of the MBRACE, the Mississippi Center of Excellence funded through NOAA. The RA includes a full tuition waiver, health insurance, and a monthly stipend. For more information, contact: Dr. Greg Easson, Director, Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute, geasson@olemiss.edu.

MS Student Research Opportunity: Water circulation in coastal Mississippi and the impact on water quality and oyster health [6/24/2020]

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Graduate Online GIS Certificates, Ohio University

GIS skills are now essential for geologists. If you are a recent college graduate or a working professional looking to acquire, or enhance your existing, proficiency in GIS, consider enrolling in a competitively priced, Ohio University Department of Geography online certificate program in Geospatial Information Science. These are fully online, three-course programs open to any individual who has an undergraduate degree (any major); GRE scores are not required for admission. With little or no previous experience in GIS, choose the certificate in GIS and Cartography (ND9984). For advancing existing GIS skills, select the Geospatial Analysis and Programming certificate (ND9985). The certificates are designed to be completed in one year. Start fall or spring semester for ND9984, and fall, spring, or summer for ND9985. See https://www.ohio.edu/cas/graduate/online-programs or contact Dr. Gaurav Sinha (sinhag@ohio.edu) for more information.

Graduate Online GIS Certificates, Ohio University [6/17/2020]

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Place Your Opportunities for Students, Internships, Summer Field Work Here [6/10/2020]