Seattle Aquarium posting for 2 jobs: Volunteer Engagement Manager & Philanthropy Events Coordinator

The Seattle Aquarium is hiring for two positions: a Philanthropy Events Coordinator and a Volunteer Engagement Manager. Click to read more details about qualifications and deadlines.

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Exploring the Phoenix Islands Protected Area with SEA Semester

The SSV Robert C. Seamanss alongside Nikumaroro.

Andrew Chin, a senior double majoring in Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and Marine Biology shares his month-long experience sailing South Pacific with the SEA Semester program

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2019 Summer Internship at UCSD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography/Marine Physical Laboratory

Are you considering applying to grad school and interested in oceanography as a career path? Contemplating a career in scientific research and development?

The Marine Physical Laboratory, at UC San Diego’s world renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography, is currently seeking inquisitive, motivated undergraduate students with exceptional aptitude for quantitative science to apply for the 2019 MPL Summer Internship Program.

Undergraduate college students majoring in Oceanography, Applied Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Geology are encouraged to apply. This ten-week internship will offer qualified students the opportunity to work with some of the most notable scientists in the world and learn about marine science and technology while earning a modest salary.

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University of Washington Announces New Marine Biology Major

Uniquely positioned in the region, the University of Washington (UW) has established itself as a world-leader in the fields of Oceanography and Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. The UW is thrilled to announce that it will be expanding the scope of its marine science offerings to include a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Marine Biology. While students could minor in Marine Biology, this is the first time it will be offered as a major at the UW.

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Q SCI 497 Special Topics: Agent Based Modelling (winter 2019)

Q SCI 497 Special Topics in Quantitative Science: Agent Based Modelling (4 credits)

Agent-based models (aka individual-based models) provide a flexible framework for creating simple representations of complex phenomena in the life, social and physical sciences. In this play-based course we will learn to design, build and perform computational experiments using agent-based models. Along the way you will learn useful programming and data visualization skills

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Volunteer with Orca Bowl 2019 (February 23, 2019)

Orca Bowl 2019 logo

Orca Bowl is one of 25 regional components of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB). It is Washington’s regional marine sciences bowl competition for high school students. You may sign up as a competition official, a general volunteer, or as a team mentor. General volunteers assist with logistics up to and on the day of the competition. More information on the roles of competition officials.

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Friday Harbor Labs Info Session: Thursday, November 8 3:30 pm, FSH 113

Learn from advisers and faculty how you can spend spring quarter at the UW’s marine field station on San Juan Island.

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FISH 464: Arctic Marine Vertebrate Ecology

course flyer for FISH 464 winter 2019

FISH 464 Arctic Marine Vertebrate Ecology (4cr) – TTh 11:30-12:50, Th 1:30-2:50 or 3:00-4:20
Learn how Arctic marine ecosystems are structured and function, explore adaptations and challenges of upper-level Arctic marine predators, and find out how species and populations are affected by changes in the Arctic.
NW, BIOL 180 prerequisite

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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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