Bachelors of Science in Environmental Health
The School of Public Health Winter quarter application deadline is Friday, January 24th
The Environmental Health major is for students who love science, and who are passionate about using their scientific skills to address human health issues related to the built and natural environments.
PSE’s Engineering Operations team is looking for qualified candidates to fill an open Electric GIS Tech I position!
Create, update and maintain electric maps by GIS, CAD or similar software or by manual drafting in accordance with standards, guidelines and practices; mapping jobs and revisions shall be predominantly simple-to-medium complexity in nature.
The Green Program is now accepting applications to enroll in their abroad Water Resource Management & Sustainable Practice courses in Peru! Students will have an opportunity to take courses in water management, energy, geology & water, sustainability, data measurement & water flow analysis and earn credit from the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola.Read more
The University of Washington Women’s Center is offers a comprehensive introduction class to the GRE. The class provides an overview of the exam, covering its overall structure, the types of questions that students will encounter, the testing environment, and available tools.Read more
King County’s Agriculture, Forestry and Incentive (AFI) Unit within in the Department of Natural Resources and Parks (DNRP), Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD) is currently seeking highly qualified candidates for the position of Project Program Manager III.Read more
The University of Vermont is hiring an Extension Forestry Coordinator. UVM Extension is committed to providing forestry outreach and Extension services that are supported by strong scientific research to promote protection and restoration of forests.Read more
The Department of Forest and Environmental Resources at NC State University is seeking applicants for a full-time, 12-month, tenure-track position focused on forest health with a 50% commitment to extension, to include discipline-guided inquiry, 35% Research, 5% commitment to teaching and mentoring, and a 10% commitment to service.Read more
The Pacific Northwest Leadership Conference is right around the corner. Forestry and natural resources professionals and students from the Pacific Northwest are invited to participate in the 2020 Leadership Conference on January 31 and February 1, at The Heathman Lodge in Vancouver, Washington.Read more