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Opportunities and Resources
ESA partner,The Diversity Joint Venture for Conservation Careers, have a new website full of resources to help increase diversity in the conservation field. It includes links to job boards and internships, articles, and videos for students from underrepresented groups interested in a career in conservation, along with employer resources about the benefits of a diverse workforce.
BEACHES Workshop: Bridging Each Applicant’s Chance for Higher Education Success
Are you interested in graduate school, but not sure where to start? This 3-day workshop at the Northeastern University Marine Science Center is designed to demystify the process of applying to graduate school. BEACHES includes hands-on workshops on identifying graduate programs, contacting mentors, telling your story (designing a CV and writing a personal statement), navigating the graduate school interview, and deciphering the nuts and bolts of the application process. There will also be panel discussions with faculty, postdocs, and graduate students on career paths in marine and environmental sciences, ‘what I wish I knew’ as a college student, and an introduction to the graduate program at Northeastern University. The BEACHES workshop focuses on graduate programs in marine and environmental science (and related fields).
Preference will be given to individuals from under-represented groups and first generation college students. All travel, lodging, and meals are free to participants.
Apply by May 1st at www.tinyurl.com/BEACHESapp
University of Georgia
Graduate Recruitment Event in Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Science.
Participants will have the opportunity to network with faculty and graduate students and will participate in workshops devoted to learning successful tips in applying to graduate school, contacting potential mentors, and preparing applications for fellowship programs, including the NSF GRFP and the Ford Predoctoral Fellowship.
Graduate School Program
Description: Come do a Ph.D. at Cornell! The EEB department is an inclusive and welcoming group of students, faculty, post-docs, and staff, doing cutting edge research across the fields of ecology and evolutionary biology.
Contact: Erin Larson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The University of Michigan
Graduate School Program
Description: EEB; PhD Program; Frontiers Program; Traditional Program
M.S in Natural Resources and Environment
- Behavior, Education, and Communication
- Conservation Ecology
- Environmental Informatics: GIS and Modeling
- Environmental Justice
- Environmental Policy and Planning
- Sustainable Systems
- Urban Planning
Master of Landscape Architecture
PhD in Natural Resources and Environment
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
School for Environment & Sustainability.
Contact: Jung Koral (email@example.com)
Graduate School Opportunity
Description: This table will introduce interested students to the graduate program in Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems and Society (EEES) at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. The EEES program is a new vision for scholarship, education, and service by students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty. We are a diverse community of scholars who conduct innovative, interdisciplinary research in the natural sciences and environmental studies, including ecology, evolution, anthropology, environmental economics, geography and earth sciences. Our program balances the study of traditional paradigms and theory with the practical applications of science that are necessary in the Anthropocene. We are looking for interested students to join us!!
Contact: Kathy Cottingham (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Advances in science and technology rapidly change the world we live in, shape our lives and culture, and raise myriad ethical, legal, and policy-related questions: What are pressing social problems for which there may be technological solutions? What steps promote just distribution of beneficial technologies? What policy issues does emerging science raise? How can different stakeholders work together to promote good science? And how can we tell when science is ‘good enough’ to be used as the basis for legal and policy decision-making? The Duke Initiative for Science & Society examines these and other broad-ranging questions about the integral role of science in social institutions and culture.
The Duke Master of Arts in Bioethics & Science Policy program teaches students how to identify, analyze, and propose solutions to myriad complex issues at the intersection of science, technology, ethics, and policy.
For more information about ecology careers or guides to graduate school, you can explore ESA’s: Info For Undergraduate Students page.