NOAA Corps is an Active Duty Uniformed Service under the Department of Commerce. They are a Uniformed, but not Armed, Service of 330 commissioned officers that operate the NOAA’s fleet of research ships and aircraft around the country, collecting scientific data for the public.Read more
The marine science team’s goal is to empower local youth to take action for global ocean and climate resilience while anchoring all programs and partnerships in environmental justice. Within these guiding frameworks, we are looking for an intern to draw upon their unique perspective, create a learning opportunity, and share that with the education community.Read more
Are you interested in working for an organization focused on fighting climate change? What about careers that seek to increase our energy efficiency or sustainability as a society? If so, join us for a conversation with UW alumni who have spent their years post-grad pursuing careers that are tackling the climate crisis.Read more
The 2021 Spring Seminar Series will be held virtually online and open to the public. Every other week there will be a “Departmental 101” talk and every other week there will be a real live chemical oceanography talk.Read more
The 2021 Spring Seminar Series will be held virtually online and open to the public. Visit the SAFS events page and click the “subscribe” button to have each seminar and join link added to your calendar.Read more
Windward is seeking an intern to work in our Seattle, Washington office. The work is expected to be remote, except for the field work, for which Windward will provide all necessary training and safety precautions. This is a paid internship. Application period closes April 21, 2021Read more
Thanks to 20 years of observations from thousands of citizen scientists, University of Washington researchers have discovered distinct patterns in the mass strandings of by-the-wind sailor jellies. Specifically, large strandings happened simultaneously from the northwest tip of Washington south to the Mendocino coast in California, and in years when winters were warmer than usual.Read more
Our bioacoustics data science group (led by Wu-Jung Lee, Applied Physics Lab and Valentina Staneva, eScience Institute) is looking for enthusiastic undergrad and grad students to join in the spring and summer quarters.Read more
Assist in removal of marine debris (primarily derelict fishing gear and plastics) from the Northwest Hawaiian Islands (French Frigate Shoals).
Our work: Our crew of 9 employees and volunteers will be conducting cleanup operations at Tern Island, French Frigate Shoals. For 10 days, our crew will be camping on Tern Island and cleaning up the above-mentioned types of debris.
Great new resources that are definitely relevant to Marine Biology undergraduates via the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.Read more