[Ocees] Postdoctoral Fellowships at SERC
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Thu Oct 19 13:04:29 EDT 2017
For reference, here is a list of all of the 2017 awardees (graduate students, postdocs, and senior researchers) of the Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program: https://www.smithsonianofi.com/blog/2017/08/10/congratulations-2017-smithsonian-institution-fellowship-program-awardees/. Search the page for NMNH, NZP, or STRI to see the most OCEES-relevant projects.
And here is a list of the current postdocs and their projects at SERC, specifically: https://serc.si.edu/about-us/staff?combine&field_roles_tid=117.
Feel free to contact me with questions about the application process!
Catherine M. Early
PhD Candidate, WitmerLab<http://www.oucom.ohiou.edu/dbms-witmer/lab.htm> at Ohio University
Student Representative, Ohio University Cafe Series
Office: 141 Life Sciences Building
Lab: 130 Life Sciences Building
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Great postdocs at The Smithsonian Institution!
Viorel D. Popescu, PhD
Assistant Professor of Conservation Biology
Ohio University, Biological Sciences
423 Irvine Hall
Athens, OH 45710
From: Ecological Society of America: grants, jobs, news [mailto:ECOLOG-L at LISTSERV.UMD.EDU] On Behalf Of Gustafson, Dan
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Subject: [ECOLOG-L] Postdoctoral Fellowships at SERC
The Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest museum and research complex, offers several Postdoctoral Fellowships annually to outstanding early career scientists. The Smithsonian’s distinctive combination of field research facilities, museum archives, and expertise in ecology, biological conservation, systematics, and paleobiology provides opportunities for synthetic, big-picture insights into some of the most profound issues challenging our world today, including habitat loss, climate change, and invasive species.
Scientists at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center<https://webaccess.si.edu/OWA/redir.aspx?C=627cfe8904fb4706be546e78a19d99ec&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.serc.si.edu%2findex.aspx> (SERC) on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland conduct environmental research in temperate, tropical, and polar ecosystems across the globe. Recent research has highlighted the separate and interactive impacts of multiple global change factors on populations, communities, and ecosystems, including climate change, biological invasions, biodiversity loss, nutrient loading, trace element pollution, and habitat alteration. Insights gained in these studies will be crucial to developing science-based conservation plans that allow human societies to thrive while protecting our finite natural resources.
Smithsonian Postdocs receive an annual stipend of $50,400 plus health, relocation, and research allowances. Each position is expected to run for two years, with the second year of funding contingent upon satisfactory progress. Applicants are encouraged to coordinate with a SERC scientist prior to submitting an application for this competitively-awarded fellowship. Applications are due December 1st. Please contact Professional Training Coordinator Daniel Gustafson at gustafsond at si.edu<https://webaccess.si.edu/OWA/redir.aspx?C=627cfe8904fb4706be546e78a19d99ec&URL=mailto%3agustafsond%40si.edu>, or 443-482-2217, for further details.
Daniel E Gustafson, Jr.
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Professional Training Coordinator
647 Contees Wharf Rd
Edgewater, MD. 21037
gustafsond at si.edu<mailto:gustafsond at si.edu>
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