Monthly Archives: January 2016

Career Development Roundup

Here are a number of position openings across all disciplines, please scroll to view all. Note that several deadlines are as soon as next week. These are jobs and internships many have been shared with us by our faculty and alumni. One conference, the Beyond Pesticides National Forum detail included as well. Enjoy!   Environmental…

Career Development Roundup

Plant Something MA (www.PlantSomethingMA.org) seeks an energetic individual based anywhere in Massachusetts to serve as a Project Coordinator to help us grow our consumer marketing and outreach program. This position offers great variety and the opportunity to work from your own office.  A successful candidate will have experience working within a non-profit/committee setting and must have…

Job Opportunity at EDF, expanding the visibility of EDF in corporate sustainability

Marketing and Communications Associate Marketing / Communications | New York, NY, United States Marketing & Communications Associate Corporate Partnerships Program New York, NY With world attention focused on both the environment and the economy, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) is where policymakers and business leaders turn for win-win solutions. This leading green group, with programs from Boston to…

Career Development Roundup

Research interns are needed to assist in a multi-disciplinary, multi-investigator, experimental study of the interactions between ecology and evolution in Trinidad. The research is led by Professor David Reznick at the University of California, Riverside in collaboration with Joseph Travis (Florida State), Tim Coulson (Oxford), Paul Bentzen (Dalhousie U.) and Andres Lopez-Sepulcre (CNRS-University Pierre &…

Daily Career Development Roundup

A scholarship, full-time jobs and summer research opportunities Scholarship: Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investing Robin Miller attended this conference last year as a Peter DiSimone Scholar. Robin is happy to answer questions. Her comment “It was one of THE BEST conferences I’ve been do, and the US SIF does a great job of integrating…

Scholarship and funding resources

Here are some resources to explore for scholarships and research funding. Note that these are not specific to grad level, some are for undergrads only.   http://www.clarku.edu/graduate-admissions/financial-aid/scholarships-assistantships.cfm#IDCE   http://scholarships.fatomei.com/summer-research-internships.html   (this is a good one, deadlines are listed clearly)   http://www.fastweb.com//

Career Development Update

Institute for Social and Economic Development seeks a Project Coordinator for a national BFRDP training and technical assistance initiative.   The project is based in Boston but the location for this position is flexible. For full details and to apply, see:  http://tsne.org/beginning-farmer-rancher-development-program-coordinator-institute-social-and-economic-development. Hugh Joseph Project Director ___________________________________________________________________ Last chance to register for the 2016 Yale ISTF conference on Tropical Forests…

Invitation to Bob Ross’ “Dying for Fashion” talk, Monday, January 25 at 4 pm in Higgins Lounge (Dana Commons)

Clark’s Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise and Higgins School of Humanities, together with the Departments of Geography, IDCE, Political Science, and Sociology, are sponsoring a special presentation by our distinguished colleague Bob Ross. In the 2013 building collapse at Rana Plaza in Bangladesh at least 1138 garment workers died and more than 1500 were painfully…