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2019 Internship Programs Announced by the Natural Resources Stewardship and Science Directorate of NPS

Natural Resources Stewardship and Science Directorate 2019 Internship Projects On September 10, the Natural Resources Stewardship and Science Directorate (NRSS) issued a six-week combined call for internship project proposals to be funded under the Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP), Mosaics in Science (MIS), and Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change (FPL) programs. The NRSS is pleased to announce that […]

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Request for Proposals for Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement Goals and Outcomes Support – Deadline: Thursday, January 31, 2019 – 4pm

The Chesapeake Bay Trust, with support from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, seeks services for technical assistance to support key Chesapeake Bay Program Goals and Outcomes through thirteen (13) separate scopes of work: Proposal 1: Quantification of the Value of Green Infrastructure Hazard Mitigation Related to Inland and Coastal Flooding Proposal 2: Behavior Change Training […]

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2019 Boyd Evison Graduate Fellowship call for applications

BOYD EVISON GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP FOR THE GREATER YELLOWSTONE ECOSYSTEM 2019 CALL—APPLICATIONS DUE JANUARY 25, 2019 The Grand Teton Association (GTA) offers a fellowship of up to $10,000/project for graduate studies focused on documenting lesser-known aspects of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem–Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway, and surrounding lands. […]

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Rocky Mountain National Park 2019 Call for Park-Funded Research Proposals

Rocky Mountain National Park 2019 Call for Park-Funded Research Proposals Due: January 21, 2019 Do you have a park management question that a research project could address? Purpose The Continental Divide Research Learning Center (CDRLC) is issuing a request for proposals in three categories including research, technical assistance, and education projects.  These projects should aim […]

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Grants Now Available: African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund

African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund:  Telling the Full American Story If you or someone you know has a historic place such as a site, museum, or landscape representing African American cultural heritage, you’ll want to submit your Letter of Intent for the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund. From capital projects to organizational capacity building, there […]

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ESA Seeks Applicants for Editor-in-Chief of Ecology

The ESA is seeking applicants for the position of Editor-in-Chief of Ecology. The oldest of the ESA journals, Ecology is the most frequently cited journal in the field and is widely acclaimed as a leading voice for the science of ecology. We welcome applicants from diverse and international backgrounds. Please click here for a full job description and application […]

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Job Opportunity – SC SHPO NR Coordinator – Open until filled

SC SHPO Job Opening The South Carolina Department of Archives and History is accepting applications for the National Register Historian and Historical Marker Coordinator position. The job posting can be found at on the South Carolina state jobs website. To view the posting click here for information about the job duties, qualifications, and application process. The position will remain […]

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United States Capitol Historical Society Fellowship

United States Capitol Historical Society Fellowship Applications are invited for the thirty-third year of the United States Capitol Historical Society Fellowship. This fellowship is designed to support research and publications on the history, art, architecture, or landscape of the United States Capitol and related buildings. Graduate students and scholars may apply for periods ranging from […]

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2019 Washington Biologists Field Club Research Awards competition announced

2019 Research Awards Competition of the Washington Biologists’ Field Club   Website: www.pwrc.usgs.gov/resshow/perry/bios/WBFCHome.htm Purpose: The Washington Biologists’ Field Club (WBFC), organized in 1900, annually provides competitive grants to support field research on the natural history of the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States. The WBFC welcomes proposals that consider aspects of natural history, systematics, biodiversity, […]

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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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