Environmental Science and Geology
The American Fisheries Society, Alaska Chapter and the American Water Resources Association, Alaska Section along with the Southeast Alaska Fish Habitat Partnership are putting on a conference at Centennial Hall Oct 20-24 titled, "Bridging disciplines to solve today's challenges in resource management."
Discounted Student Registration is available ~$50/day.
See the program for more information.
1. Welcome to the ENVS/GEOG weblog. Yearly I add ENVS, GEOG, and similar science students in intro ENVS/GEOG 102 course. This weblog is our primary communication tool for such majors and periodically features job postings, scholarship info, academic opportunities, and internships. Get your friends to subscribe too and send me any opportunities.
2. The Juneau Icefield Research Program (JIRP; http://juneauicefield.com/) is an 8-week long, summer expeditionary field course that traverses the Juneau Icefield each summer. Students spend a large portion of the course working on a research project with guidance from faculty members and/or graduate students. The program was started in 1946 and has had over 2,000 students through the years, many of whom have gone on to pursue careers in glaciology and climate science. Environmental Science and Geography students from UAS (e.g., three in the past two years) have participated in the program. This is an incredible field course that is right in our backyard!!!! Get up to 6 UAS ENVS credits for this program.
If you're interested contact Jason below.
Assistant Professor of Geophysics
University of Alaska Southeast
11120 Glacier Highway
Juneau, AK 99801
+1 (907) 796-6247
A UAS GEOG Alum is helping to put on this conference, Thinking Mountains 2015, an interdisciplinary mountain studies conference.
|CFP Thinking Mountains 2015