FISH 230 Economics of Fisheries & Oceans, I&S or NW
Explore how and why people interact with oceans and why these interactions lead to environmental degradation.
MWF 1000-1120 (remote, synchronous)
Instructor: Prof.Read more
Home Programs Apply
We hope you are more energized to travel and engage in climate action than ever before! This month, TGP has an exciting lineup of webinars, opportunities, and a surprise virtual event that we will be announcing in the coming days.
NOAA Hollings Preparation Program Info Session
3:00 – 3:30 PM Pacific Standard Time
Please RSVP here: https://forms.gle/LGxDz5q9v2ZF94468
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) seeks to prepare students for career development opportunities in atmospheric and ocean sciences.Read more
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Submission Deadline: February 28
On average, $25,000 in scholarships are awarded to students and horticultural
research professionals each year. These scholarships are made possible through
the fifteen named scholarships below.Read more
Deadline Tuesday, February 16
Bring your idea or project to life.
Use your skills to create innovative solutions.
Enter the Alaska Airlines Environmental Innovation Challenge.
Open to all students across all disciplines from colleges and universities in WA, OR, ID, AK, and British Columbia.
Check out link for possible DIV classes….in Spring and beyond.
Coal’s big breakdown
A half-century ago, the ‘Big Buildup’ transformed the West; now, it’s all coming to an end.
The fight for an equitable energy economy for the Navajo Nation
Diné activist Nicole Horseherder’s long quest for equity from the rise and fall of the coal economy.
What is this?
Through the Porthole is an academic recruitment newsletter written by graduate students in the MIT-WHOI Joint Program (JP) in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering. Our goal is to make information about graduate school in the geosciences, and the JP in particular, more accessible to undergraduates.
NIH Undergraduate Scholarship open now for those interested in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research
The National Institutes of Health offer a number of different funding and research opportunities for students at all levels, but there are two geared toward undergrads/recent graduates for which applications are now available: