Seattle Aquarium Beach Naturalist Volunteer Program (Orientation 4/2/2019 6:30 pm)

Why do barnacles stand on their heads? What do sea stars like to eat? How do moon snails lay their eggs? Learn to answer these and other fun questions by volunteering as a Seattle Aquarium Beach Naturalist this summer.

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Science Communication Panel Discussion (Thurs, 2/28; 3:30 pm, Wallace Hall Commons)

Should scientists serve as advocates within the public sphere? What’s the harm in ‘dumbing down’ science? Want to learn more about the opportunities, challenges, and pitfalls of communicating science? Join us for our final 2019 Environmental Communications Panel.

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Undergraduate Fishery Biologist Internship 2019, International Pacific Halibut Commission (Seattle, WA) deadline: March 15

The International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) is seeking an enthusiastic and motivated student to work in the IPHC office located near Fisherman’s Terminal in Seattle, Washington, USA. The Internship Program is designed to give students exposure to a wide variety of tasks associated with the management of an international fisheries resource. Each student is assigned a specific research project that is chosen by the staff. The student will work closely with a supervisor to ensure continuing progress toward work goals and with other staff members on the various tasks assigned.

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Summer Internship, Smithsonian marine Station (Ft. Pierce, FL)

The Marine Global Earth Observatory (MarineGEO) program is currently seeking an
undergraduate or recent graduate for a summer internship at the Smithsonian Marine Station in
Ft. Pierce, Florida.

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College of the Environment Scholarships for current students (now accepting applications, deadline 4/1)

The College of the Environment is pleased to announce the availability of undergraduate scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic year.

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Diversity in STEM Seminar: Spring Quarter Course (GEN ST 297C)

Learn about current UW STEM Research in a diversity context directly from UW researchers, graduate students, staff and faculty.

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Red Sea Summer Program 2019

KAUST’s Marine Science program will be hosting a three-week summer course from July 21 to August 8, 2019. The course will highlight a range of topics relevant to the Red Sea Research Center’s work, including genomics, microbiology, ecology, environmental science, and biological oceanography. Several KAUST faculty will be participating. The course will consist of a combination of lectures, fieldwork, labwork, and data analysis workshops, with an emphasis on hands-on experiences. 

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American Fisheries Society UW Chapter Trivia Night (2/21, 6:00 PM, FSH lobby)

The event will take place in the lobby of FSH following the SAFS seminar. Topics include lakes and rivers, invertebrates, reefs and tropics, the Arctic and its ice, recreation, fish identification, pop culture, and a possible bonus round! We hope to see you there! 

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2019 Summer pathways internships with NOAA

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) provides opportunities for students pursuing career options while progressing towards their degree – whether undergraduate, graduate, or beyond. We offer opportunities that can expose current and former students to a career field while assisting NOAA in performing critical work that supports our mission.

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Spring 2019 FISH 497 B: Special Topics: FieldNotes

Help produce FieldNotes – an environmental journal focused on promoting undergraduate research and telling inspiring stories about the world around us. Work with a team to create the next issue of FieldNotes by writing and editing short articles, capturing imagery, designing the layout, and more!

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