Hatchery Operations Coordinator, Sound Salmon Solutions (Edmonds, WA)

Assists with planning and coordinating salmon rearing, facility maintenance, volunteers, and administrative tasks associated educational salmon micro-hatchery operations located in Edmonds WA. This is a part-time hourly seasonal position that runs Dec 1-Jun 30. Variable hours, 10-20 hours/week.

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Amanda Gardiner: Marine Biology in Cape Town, South Africa with Cape RADD

Hi everybody! I’m Amanda Gardiner, a junior here at UW pursuing a BS in Biochemistry and Biological Oceanography with minors in Marine Biology and Paleobiology, along with a BA in English – Creative Writing Emphasis. All of these academics mean that my summers are normally filled with classes. This past summer I discovered my new favorite classroom: Cape Town, South Africa!

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SAFS Seminar: Kate Stafford, Scientific serendipity—unveiling the acoustic behavior of bowhead whales

Join us for this week’s SAFS seminar on Thursday, 10/18 at 4:00 PM in FSH 102:
Kate Stafford
Senior Principal Oceanographer, Applied Physics Laboratory,
University of Washington
Scientific serendipity—unveiling the acoustic behavior of bowhead whales

SAFS Seminars
Every autumn, the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences hosts a weekly Seminar series on Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the FSH 102 Auditorium.

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Supervisory Marine Biologist Positions, City of San Diego Public Utilities Department (San Diego, CA)

The City of San Diego Public Utilities Department is looking to fill one to three (1-3) permanent
Marine Biologist III (MB-III) positions in its Marine Biology & Ocean Operations Section
(Marine Biology Lab) over the next few months. The application period for these positions is
scheduled for October 5–15, 2018. Interested parties should visit the City’s job website
(www.sandiego.gov/empopp) during this time period for information and requirements, and
to submit their materials via the City’s online application process.

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SAFS Seminar: Charlotte Boyd, Key Biodiversity Areas: identifying and mapping the most important sites for the global persistence of biodiversity

Join us for this week’s SAFS seminar on Thursday, 10/11 at 4:00 PM in FSH 102:
Charlotte Boyd
Research Scientist, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences,
University of Washington
Key Biodiversity Areas: identifying and mapping the most important sites for the global persistence of biodiversity

SAFS Seminars
Every autumn, the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences hosts a weekly Seminar series on Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the FSH 102 Auditorium. 

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[Tide Bites]: Pygmy Seahorses – Little Fish With a Big Impact

“Tide Bites” is the monthly newsletter of UW Friday Harbor Laboratories. This month, FHL guest researcher Graham Short discusses his research in Adam Summers’ lab on pygmy seahorses.

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Microalgae Specialist, Puget Sound Restoration Fund (Port Orchard, WA)

Puget Sound Restoration Fund is seeking a full time Microalgae Specialist at the Kenneth K Chew center for Shellfish Research and Restoration in Port Orchard, WA. Compensation is $16.00 per hour with health benefits. This is a one-year position with potential for extension if funding is available.

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College of the Environment Student/Postdoc Travel & Meeting fund accepting applications (Deadline: 10/26)

Attention Students and Postdocs in the College of the Environment!

NOW is the time to consider applying to the College of the Environment Student/Postdoc Travel & Meeting Fund for support to travel to a national or international scholarly meeting to present your work to your colleagues and professional network.

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Truman and Udall Scholarships (Deadlines in November 2018)

The deadlines to apply for these two national awards are approaching. UW students are encouraged to apply to be ‘nominated’ for the award by the deadlines in November.

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SAFS Seminar (10/4): Kim Reece, Virgina Institute of Marine Sciences, The College of William and Mary: Harmful algal blooms in Chesapeake Bay: emerging patterns and impacts

The UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences hosts a weekly departmental seminar series every Thursday from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the FSH 102 Auditorium. All seminars are free and open to the public.

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