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Student Trainee Position Available with Manassas National Battlefield Park

The Manassas National Battlefield Park intends to fill one (1) Student Trainee (Maintenance Worker), WG-4701-05, with conversion eligibility to Full-Time, Permanent, Career-Seasonal (Subject to Furlough) Maintenance Worker, WG-4749-05. The duty station is Manassas, VA. Manassas National Battlefield Park is located 25 miles southwest of Washington, DC and 5 miles north of Manassas, Virginia in Prince William […]

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Smith Fellows 2019 Call for Proposals Announced

Smith Fellows 2019 Call for Proposals Announced The Society for Conservation Biology is pleased to solicit applications for the David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship Program. These two year postdoctoral fellowships provide support for outstanding early-career scientists who want to better link conservation science and theory with policy and management, improving and expanding their research […]

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NPS RSOI: Organize and Make Digital Images Accessible to Public

REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF INTEREST AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR PROJECT TO BE INITIATED THROUGH THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AND THE COOPERATIVE ECOSYSTEM STUDIES UNIT (CESU) NETWORK PROJECT TITLE: Organize and Make Digital Images Accessible to Public Project Description: This project will assess, organize, create metadata, and prepare over 30,000 Division of Interpretation and Division of Cultural Resource […]

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NCPE INTERN OPPORTUNITY — Tribal Historic Preservation Program Intern, NPS, Washington DC

Position: Tribal Historic Preservation Program Specialist (NCPE Intern) Working with NPS staff, the intern will support the Tribal Historic Preservation Program by assisting with tracking partnership applications, reviewing partnership applications, as well as providing grant and review support to 183 approved THPO Partnership Programs. Duties will include processing and aggregating annual activities reports, document tracking/filing, […]

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CESU Bat Project Featured in Washington Post

A Virginia Tech project designed to study white-nose syndrome in northern long-eared bats was featured in a recent Washington Post article.  The project, funded through the Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Units Network (CESU), aims to improve researchers’ understanding of how bats at Marine Corps Base Quantico and Rock Creek Park have survived the disease, when as […]

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Ohio University to Host Dan Filer for CESU Information Session

New Chesapeake Watershed CESU partner Ohio University will host an on-campus CESU information session at the Athens Campus for University faculty and staff on Wednesday, August 8.  CHWA CESU Research Coordinator Dan Filer will give a presentation on federal funding trends and the benefits of CESU membership, followed by a Q&A session and individual meetings […]

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