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USDA NIFA Biological Science Specialist Vacancy Announcement
National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Institute of Bioenergy, Climate, and Environment
Division of Bioenergy
Biological Science Specialist (National Program Leader (Agricultural Bioproducts))
Promotion potential: GS-15
Closing date: Tuesday, March 28, 2016
Vacancy Announcement Number: NIFA-S16N-0016 is open to all U.S. Citizens. You may use the following link to view/apply for this position:

SUNY ESF Sustainable Energy Management Teaching Assistantships for 2016-2017
The SUNY ESF Department of Forest and Natural Resources Management (FNRM) is seeking qualified students to serve as Teaching Assistants for natural resources policy and law courses. Selected students will be teaching for two courses each semester, requiring approximately 20 hours per week. For more information and to apply, download the PDF.

Idaho National Laboratory Offers Summer 2016 Internships
As a Department of Energy facility, INL offers a diverse number of paid internship positions to undergraduate and graduate level students. These internship opportunities enable students to collaborate with experienced scientist and engineers in order to develop innovative solutions to challenging real-world projects. NEWBio researcher Damon Hartley will be seeking to place a biomass intership for assistance with NEWBio-related activities. For more information and to apply, visit the INL Interships website.

NEWBio Bioenergy Scholars Program Accepting Applicatons for Summer 2016
The Bioenergy Scholars Program offers summer research work to undergraduates, who can apply to work at one of several universities in the Northeast US (including Penn State, Cornell, Rutgers, West Virginia University, SUNY ESF, and Delaware State University and others). After a one-week orientation program at Delaware State, students will be brought to their host university to spend the summer working side by side with graduate students and researchers on important bioenergy topics. Students will prepare a paper based on their work for presentation at the end of the summer. Applicants should have an interest in bioenergy, but students from a wide variety of backgrounds and locations are encouraged to apply. More information and application procedure here.




NEWBio (consortium members below) is supported by Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grant no. 2012-68005-19703 
from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
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