04/01/2013 § Leave a comment
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Featured news, ongoing events, and opportunities:
Graduate Student Sustainability Research Development Grants Available (posted 3/25)
Application Deadline: Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Description: This program provides opportunities for Indiana University graduate students to develop new research programs related to sustainability. The grant program, sponsored by the IU Office of Sustainability, University Graduate School, School of Public Health, and the Integrated Program in the Environment, awards grants up to $10,000 to any graduate student from the IU Bloomington campus. Funds may be applied to graduate student fellowships (up to $5,000) as well as field, laboratory, computational, or library research. Both individual applicants and teams of graduate student are encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to high-quality interdisciplinary projects that include participants from multiple disciplines.
Questions: For more information about the grant program and information on how to apply, click here. To learn more about sustainability initiatives at Indiana University, click here. Any questions can be directed to Emily Rex, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Where Does Our Food Come From?” Farm Internship 2013 (posted 3/25)
Application Deadline : Monday, April 15, 2013
Description: Work and learn about small-scale local market intensive farming and food distribution on Schacht Farm in Bloomington. Students will keep a field journal, and write presentation about their experiences, while participating in all aspects of farm work, including: pasture broiler chickens, pasture hens and hogs, CSA operation, and Farmer’s market sales. This internship counts towards the new Minor in Food Studies Anthropology, with up to 6 credits available. Hours are variable depending on the number of credits. There will be 2 summer sessions: 1. 8 weeks from May 7 – June 28 and 2. 6 weeks from May 7 to June 14.
Questions: For more information or an application, click here, or contact Professor Richard Wilk at: email@example.com or 855-3901.
The Office of Sustainability at the College of Charleston Summer 2013 Internships (posted 4/1)
Application Deadline : Friday, April 5, 2013
Description: Two paid internships are available (one graduate, one undergraduate) are available for the summer of 2013 at the College of Charleston. The full time 30 hours per week internships run from June 3 to August 9, 2013. This program is looking for motivated and dedicated students who have a passion for sustainability and are seeking to work on initiatives within this subject of interest. Interns will work with campus associates and community members to strengthen the Office’s relationship with the Charleston community. Possible projects include: Sustainable Greek, Orientation and New Student Outreach, Residence Life Programming, Waste and Energy.
To Apply: Please send a resume, 2 professional references and a letter of intent why you want to work for the Office, how your skills and experiences make you a good candidate for this position and what you wish to work on during your time with us. All of this information can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday, April 5, 2013. Interviews will take place in person or via Skype during the week of April 15, 2013.
Questions: For more information or an application, contact: https://email@example.com”>firstname.lastname@example.org .