The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) invites applications for three exciting new post-doc opportunities scheduled to start in August 2017.
PathwaysToScience.org currently has 167 different post-doc and early career opportunities posted on the site, including fellowships, grants, travel awards, mentoring opportunities, and more. Browse the full list of opportunities, or use the advanced search page to narrow your results.
An undergraduate research team using the NH EPSCoR-supported Flow Physics Facility at UNH — the largest boundary layer wind tunnel in the world — took top honors at UNH's 2017 Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposium.
Researchers from Dartmouth were part of the team that found that climate change is having a clear impact on the seasons in New Hampshire.
The Drinking Water Source Protection Conference is a forum for presenting innovative water resources research, sharing information on local protection projects, and training municipal and water professionals. It is designed for water industry professionals, land use planners, members of environmental and watershed organizations, conservation commission members, town selectmen, municipal staff and elected officials.
New England’s Energy Future: The Opportunities and Challenges of Renewable Energy Technologies
Please join us for light refreshments and to learn about New Hampshire's powerful solar resource, the technology advancements that make it practical to harvest that sunshine, to learn about the integration of renewable energy with electric appliances that is enabling a growing number of your neighbors to replace oil, gas and propane with zero emissions clean technology while having the investment paid for through fuel savings.
Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, ME
Explore the unique role of surfers in our coastal systems through the lens of sustainability science.
Join us on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 to hear about a study built around surfers. Their experience and knowledge on water quality formed the basis of this important research project. Guest speaker will be former Safe Beaches & Shellfish grad student Sophie Scott.
PORTLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY | 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
NH EPSCoR research points to a lengthening “vernal window”, which may have ecological, social, and economic consequences.