Rachel Carson Council is hiring

The Rachel Carson Council is hiring an Assistant Director of Civic and Campus Engagement to expand and deepen our climate and environmental justice campus network of 68 colleges and universities with thousands of active students, faculty, staff and administrators. The Assistant Director also heads our RCC Fellowship Program which awards up to 30 National Environment […]

Research on Research Networks

Check out the growing collection that our CASH project is co-developing for the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems and Community Develomment https://www.foodsystemsjournal.org/index.php/fsj/issue/view/vol12-issue4/vol12-issue4-pdf Hilchey, D. (2023). In this issue: Fostering socially and ecologically resilient food and farm systems through research networks[Editorial]. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 12(4), 1–4.https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2023.124.017 Nelson, E., Hargreaves, S., & […]

Transforming Food System Fellowships

The Cornell University Master of Public Health Program is seeking applications for a cohort of three food systems leaders. Transforming Food Systems Fellows are seeking opportunities to create equitable, sustainable, and health-promoting food systems. The two-year fellowships will provide support towards tuition, fees, and stipend($44,000 in tuition scholarshipsand a$37,000 stipend) for eligible students (see eligibility criteria).   […]

Extension position for Nutrient Loss Reduction

University of Illinois Extension is hiring a new outreach associate to join the Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy Team to administer outreach programming in the Little Wabash River and the Embarras River watersheds. The location is flexible with the successful candidate being housed in an Extension unit office within or near one of the phosphorus-priority watersheds. […]

The Environmental Fellows Program

The Environmental Fellows Program at the Yale School of the Environment (YSE) is a nationally competitive summer fellowship program for masters and doctoral students. They are looking for students traditionally underrepresented in the environmental field as well as those committed to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.   Apply byJanuary 15, 2024. The Environmental Fellows Program involves: ·      A 12-week […]

From Interest to Impact: Building Meaningful Careers and a Lasting Legacy Seminar Series REGISTER TODAY The University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) will host a series of events for students who are considering graduate programs in sustainability and the environment. October 24, 2023 @ 5 p.m. ETFrom Interest to Impact: Building Meaningful […]

EEIA goes Wild

The Environmental Education Association of Illiniois is planning its Annual Conference for March 22nd & 23rd. Their will be field trips and pre-conference programming on the 21st! They are seeking presentations about how environmental education is shared through Higher Education. This link includes the call for presenters and a form to complete here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf859tNfihn4-SUUuAGkezzpEP_-26ch8XHyLLAzqy0wGyerA/viewform

Federal Funding Multi-Benefit Conservation Practices Webinar

Join the Upper Missisippi River Basin Association to learn about several federal funding mechanisms to fund multi-benefit conservation practice implementation Wednesday, September 13 from 1 to 3 p.m. CST. Hear presentations from USEPA Headquarters, USDA NRCS Financial Assistance Programs, and Quantified Ventures Connection information: Web link:  https://umrba.my.webex.com/umrba.my/j.php?MTID=m70aac6e4519a7d06529cb2caef21c7d0 Dial-in:   Phone number:  312-535-8110 Meeting number:  2555 […]