See flyer below for more information about this position on remote sensing of bird habitat.
Application Deadline: July 2, 2021
One MS position focused on using remote sensing data and existing bird survey data to develop species habitat models to describe habitat requirements, guide future survey efforts, and provide recommendations for habitat management for bird species in Georgia.
Round River Newsletter, Issue 32
Belize Program Announcement
We are excited to introduce another program for the Fall 2021 semester. The Belize Program will join our other new offering, the Sky Island Borderlands Program, as an opportunity for students to get involved in the field while global travel restrictions still have so many locations closed.
UW’s Community Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) Center is hiring dynamic AmeriCorps members for 2021-2022 through our Riverways program! Learn more about the CELE Center’s programs here.
AmeriCorps members will collectively oversee large-scale operations, including recruitment efforts, supporting student interns, creating lecture content, and planning and facilitating professional developments.
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Info Sessions: June 22, July 22, 28, Sep 14, 23
The NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP (NSF GRFP) funds approximately 2,000 awards per year for research-based graduate study in science and engineering.
HOW MUCH: A $34,000 annual stipend and full cost of tuition and fees for 3 years.
DXARTS 490A: Natural Language Processing (available Autumn 2021 quarter) explores the use of A.I. and machine learning to make computer-generated text in New Media Art. Examine the creative potential of NLP for art projects ranging from narratives, to poetry, lyrics, chatbots, human-computer dialogues and more.Read more
The OWRC is excited to announce that our popular podcast on graduate writing, Write for You, has released a new season! The podcast, created by our graduate coordinator Hope St. John, features open, interdisciplinary conversations about writing in graduate school from experienced graduate writers across disciplines, programs, and stages of writing.Read more
Southeast Asian Pasts and Futures Recruiting Students for 2021-2022! All Students Welcomed to Participate! 3-Credit Course Available!
Southeast Asian Pasts and Futures is a new Luce-funded Southeast Asian knowledge circle. Interested undergraduate students should apply! Though the focus of the experience will be on Southeast Asian history, identity, and heritage, all students are welcomed to participate.Read more
Program: Peru Online: Water Resource Management & Sustainable Practices Program Date: Aug 16-28, 2021Credit: 48 hours, equivalent to 3 credits from Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola Scholarship:
Partial; Amount: $850 (Program Fee: $750 (Original fee: $1,600)
Application Deadline: June 25, 2021
TGP’s Scholarship and Fellowship Programs offer competitive opportunities for motivated individuals who are passionate about sustainability and represent disadvantaged, low-income, or underrepresented backgrounds to receive scholarships.
See the flyer below for the upcoming FREE virtual Public Service Weekend conference for undergraduate students through the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance. Students interested in public service and public policy opportunities should consider applying.Read more
My name is Leda Stinson Ebert, and I am a master’s student at Prescott College in the Adventure Education program. I am conducting a research study examining if different outdoor activities impact how women relate and connect to the environment.Read more