31 Jul



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31 Oct

Environmental Fellows Program accepting applications for 2020 cohort

SEAS’ Environmental Fellows Program is opening its application period for graduate students interested in professional development at environmental justice organizations across the United States.

The application period opens tomorrow (Friday), November 1. There will also be an information session next Monday, November 4, in Dana 2024. To RSVP for this session click here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSej99p4VUMkwf1oKA9Vgih1ihNW2Fn2L3q0fizZMzcuZLn5Sg/viewform

More information about the program here: https://efp.seas.umich.edu/

About the program:
The Environmental Fellows Program (EFP) at the University of Michigan (U of M) School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS), in partnership with the Environmental Grantmakers Association (EGA), is a 12-week summer fellowship opportunity that seeks to diversify the environmental field by cultivating the career aspirations of master’s and doctoral students from historically underrepresented groups by connecting students to work opportunities in environmental nonprofits, grant makers, and government sectors.

13 Aug

[ESPA] water infrastructure consulting project

Hey folks,

ESPA is in the process of helping a state legislator on a water infrastructure project related to climate change. The project will involve understanding technical aspects of the issue and identifying potential solutions. While the project timeline has not yet been established, we expect the project to take 4-8 weeks starting in the next month, and require 5 to 20 hours per week (average 10).

If you are interested in participating in this project, please send a short blurb on your interest in this initiative, a paragraph describing your research in non-technical language, and a PDF of your resume or CV to ESPAcomms@umich.edu.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.


Charles Lu

10 Apr

Job opening: Inclusive Pedagogy in Environmental Studies – Postdoctoral Associate (UC Boulder)

The Environmental Studies Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder invites applications for a Postdoctoral Associate in inclusive pedagogy. This position is open until filled. Applications received by Friday April 19, 2019 will receive full consideration

To apply, please visit: https://jobs.colorado.edu/jobs/JobDetail/?jobId=16567

The Postdoctoral Associate will join a multidisciplinary group of faculty committed to positive change in environmental educational practices, and enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in program curricula and culture. This position is granted to persons holding a doctoral degree (or equivalent) and who will be engaged in full-time mentored research and/or scholarship and field-appropriate professional activities. This includes the opportunity to carry out research in inclusive pedagogy under direct mentorship, submit grant applications, draft and submit publications of your research/scholarship, attend or present your research to the greater CU community, and engage with discipline-based education researchers in multiple units at CU Boulder, and with the broader Science Education Initiative at the university and DEI initiatives such as the Office of Diversity Equity and Community Engagement.

The Environmental Studies program at CU-Boulder is a hub for facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration in environment and sustainability. Environmental Studies courses integrate the academic divisions of natural science, social science, and humanities, providing skill and knowledge applicable to the pursuit of solutions to environmental challenges faced globally, nationally, regionally, and locally.This position will join a multidisciplinary group of faculty committed to positive change in environmental educational practices, and enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in program curricula and culture. Our unit is committed to the concept that a diverse and inclusive workforce is better positioned to find and solve new and compelling problems and to training students that thrive in diverse and inclusive teams.

The Postdoctoral Associate will lead a research program that seeks to address topics such as how classroom-based curriculum modifications impact students’ interpersonal skills, learning experience and understanding of environmental studies content, how inclusion-promoting interventions can be sustainably integrated into the environmental studies curriculum, and what system-level and structural changes are effective in supporting departmental change among others.

The associate may use qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods approaches, and will have the opportunity to work with faculty and students to evaluate educational programs and interventions. The associate will teach a two-credit graduate course once annually in Inclusive Pedagogy and Leadership. The knowledge generated by the associate’s work will contribute to the development of organizational change and inclusive educational approaches that will be applicable to a wide range of settings, including in the academic, public, and private sector.

29 Mar

Seeking LSA/SPH/Ross Student for African LCA Project (April 10 deadline)

Hey everyone! My name is Brian Iezzi I’m a Ph.D. student here in Materials Science. I am currently working on a project with Ph.D. students conducting environmental and economic Life Cycle Analyses (LCAs) in East Africa and I am looking for students from UM LSA, SPH, Ross, or Information who may be interested in getting involved. The projects include biodiesel from alternative feedstocks in Uganda, renewable energy and waste management at copper mines in Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and evaluating a new cooling system for solar thermal/photovoltaic systems in Rwanda. Involvement may include consulting with students working on these projects along with taking deeper dives into LCA databases and software. If you’re interested in learning more please don’t hesitate to reach out to me at bciezzi@umich.edu with any questions (please let me know by April 10th if you are interested).

12 Mar

Editor opening- Nature Climate Change


Associate or Senior Editor, Nature Climate Change: London or New York

09 Mar

The Royal Society Pairing Scheme 2019- Scientists


[Applications are now open for the 2019 pairing scheme. They will close on 7 April 2019. If you have any questions about the application process please contact public.affairs@royalsociety.org] [Each year 30 research scientists are paired with UK parliamentarians and civil servants. They learn about each other’s work by spending time together in Westminster and the researcher’s institutions.

Those taking part gain an insight into how research findings can help inform policy making, and come away with a better understanding of how they can get involved.

How does the scheme work?
The scheme takes place annually, beginning with a ‘Week in Westminster’. Over the week the scientists take part in workshops, hear from invited speakers and spend two days shadowing their pair. This year’s week in Westminster will take place from Sunday 24 – Thursday 28 November 2019.]

04 Mar

Net Zero Buildings Fellowship – Albany or New York City Office


[As part of Governor Cuomo’s Green New Deal, New York State is embarking on a nation leading effort to transform the State’s energy economy and entire building stock to carbon neutrality by mid-century. To achieve the goals of the Green New Deal, New York State will require well-crafted long-term and near-term strategies, policies and programs. The Net Zero Buildings Fellow will play a significant role in the development and implementation of NYSERDA’s strategies for transitioning the building sector to carbon neutrality, including significant work on the following issues: deep energy efficiency including advanced envelopes and integrated mechanical systems, electrification of HVAC systems, smart buildings and building-grid interactivity, onsite renewable generation, battery storage, and integration of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.]