The Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Waste Management is seeking graduate or undergraduate geology students to work as interns and provide assistance to the CERCLA Site Screening program. The individuals will gain an introduction to site screening assessments of hazardous waste sites and to the Hazardous Ranking System.
This memo from Dr. Nancy Marcus, Dean, The Graduate School, highlights key policies and procedures that are relevant to graduate education at FSU. If you are a graduate student, please familiarize yourself with these policies and procedures.
The American Association of State Climatologists has created a set of data and tools available to the public in an ongoing effort to document the online climate-related services provided by AASC members. The services provided by the state climate offices are the primary focus, but online climate tools offered by other membership and partners (including the regional climate centers, NCDC, and other NOAA agencies) that are of interest to the public are also included.
A link to this data set will be included under the Resources tab on the EOAS website.
The Tallahassee Area Association of Environmental Professionals (TAAEP) issues an annual scholarship to a deserving FSU student who is pursuing studies in a field related to the environmental profession. This year, they are establishing a writing contest with the scholarship going to the winner. The deadline for submission is October 5 2015.
The Schmidt Ocean Institute seeks to provide undergraduate and graduate students with the chance to take part in seagoing scientific research onboard the RV Falkor in coordination with the organization and the principal investigators leading the at-sea research projects. Currently there are three opportunities available.
Save the Manatee Club is looking to hire an intern for Fall 2015. The successful candidate need not have expensive experience, but a strong work ethic and excellent research and writing skills are a must. The intern will be responsible for assisting conservation staff with a wide variety of tasks, from evaluating permits and water management plans to developing springs education courses for middle school students.
Michelle Rotella, an EOAS Meteorology Alum and currently a meteorologist in Hagerstown, MD, will be competing on a new reality show, America's Next Weatherman, to earn cash and prizes, along with an on-camera appearance broadcasting the weather on CNN.