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Thu, 2014/12/18 - 10:08am

The American Meteorological Society is recognizing several FSU Meteorology alums.

Fri, 2014/12/12 - 1:59pm

Jesse Enloe (MS, 2002) and Scott Applequist (Ph.D. 1999) have been awarded the NOAA 2015 Bronze Medal and Distinguished Career Awards

Tue, 2014/12/09 - 12:31pm

The Northwest Florida Water Management District has an opening for an OPS Hydrogeology Aide in their Midway, FL headquarters.  This is a part-time position entailing directed work in the areas of hydrogeology, hydrology, planning, engineering and environmental science.

Tue, 2014/12/02 - 12:08pm

Seasons in Space: Cycles of Variability of Sun-Planet Systems

July 28 - August 4, 2015

Boulder, CO

Deadline:  27 February 2015

Tue, 2014/12/02 - 11:39am

The Florida Division of Emergency Management is currently accepting submissions for the 2015 Spring Semester Internship Program.

Dr. Munir Humayun in the Sahara desert near Erfoud, Morocco
Wed, 2014/11/26 - 4:06pm

Black Beauty, a shiny, scaly-skinned, 4.4 billion year old rock from Mars, has captivated interest around the world. EOAS professor Dr. Munir Humayun led the team that documented Black Beauty’s age.

Fri, 2014/11/21 - 10:27am

The application and information for Field Camp 2015 north of Taos, New Mexico has been posted.

Thu, 2014/11/20 - 2:01pm

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) will offer a semester-long, tuition-supported program for advanced STEM undergraduates majoring in science, engineering, or mathematics that features a significant, for-credit research experience guided by a WHOI scientist.

Thu, 2014/11/13 - 12:46pm

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is searching for a Fisheries and Wildlife Biologist to be based in Lake City, Florida.

Sustainable Campus logo
Wed, 2014/11/12 - 4:44pm

FSU’s Sustainable Campus initiative is announcing the start of two exciting programs:  The Green Fund and the Energy Fellows Program