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Tue, 2014/02/18 - 11:58am

The Marine Technology Society 2014 Scholarship Program is now open to students who are interested in Marine Engineering, Marine Technology and the Oceans

Applications must be postmarked no later than April 15, 2014

Tue, 2014/02/18 - 10:27am

A year-long tech position working on the NSF project on Eutrophication in saltmarshes is now available. There is free housing for the first six months of the job. The project website is .  Email Dr. James Nelson ( if interested.

Wed, 2014/02/12 - 11:48am

Request for Statement of Interest for Project to be Initiated through a Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit


Project title: Assist with scientific writing for Padre Island National Seashore, Division of Sea Turtle Science and Recovery, Corpus Christi, Texas.


Wed, 2014/02/12 - 11:43am

Opportunity from St. Francis College, New York



Start your summer off right with a



Available to honors students, biology, psychology or non-science majors (counts as science core course!)

Bio 1120, Bio 4000 or Bio 5401


May mini-mester

Wed, 2014/02/12 - 11:27am

Ecosystem Field Studies (EFS) is excited to offer two summer field courses to undergraduate students. These courses are accredited fro 3 semester credits through the Environmental Studies Program of the University of Montana at Missoula.

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Tue, 2014/02/11 - 12:05pm

The Deep-C Consortium is now accepting applications for the following summer 2014 internship opportunity!

Internship Project Title: Fish Diversity in the Deep Gulf of Mexico

Host: Dr. Chip Cotton

Location: Florida State University Coastal and Marine Laboratory, St. Teresa, FL

Tue, 2014/02/11 - 11:27am

The Graduate School is in the process of subscribing to the VersatilePhD, ( a web portal that provides graduate students with non-academic professional development information.  The purpose is to help graduate students identify, prepare for, and excel in possible non-academic careers.

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Tue, 2014/02/11 - 11:18am

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is seeking state-wide volunteers to assist with the collection of gopher tortoise data. Currently, very little information is known about the location and frequency of gopher tortoise roadway mortalities. Volunteers will assist by providing documentation to FWC when mortalities occur.