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SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITY Forest conservation

The  research team in conservation biology at McGill University is currently looking for two undergraduates and two post-graduates to help with botanical inventories this summer in southern Quebec. Data gathered will be critical in deciding which natural areas to conserve in a region undergoing rapid development. 

Scholarship opportunity

The 2015 Forest Complexity Modelling (FCM) call for scholarship applications is now open!

This year, the CREATE-FCM program offers undergraduate, MSc, PhD, postdoctoral and training with an expert scholarships. More than $240,000 is awarded annually. You will find the detailed info athttp://www.mcf.uqam.ca/scholarship/scholarship.asp?lang=en

 

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Imaging Seminar and workshop - January 29, 2015

Invitation to a Seminar and Workshop on the Quorum Diskovery Spinning Disk Confocal Microscope

January 29, 2015
Rooms 1511 (seminar) and 1212 (practical demonstration sessions), Summerlee Science Complex

The Molecular & Cellular Imaging Facility (MCIF) in collaboration with Quorum will host a seminar and workshop sessions introducing the newly acquired Quorum Diskovery Spinning Disk Confocal System.

Please see attached PDF for the detailed schedule.

Call for Presentations and Workshops - The 7th Annual Accessibility Conference

Choosing Bridges over Barriers:
Integrating Inclusion into All that We Do
May 26 and 27, 2015
University of Guelph

 
Call for Presentations and Workshops!

The Accessibility Conference - Submit a Presentation Proposal

Share your expertise or experience. Submit a Conference presentation
proposal that provides practical strategies or a framework to move from
ideas to action.

Submit a presentation proposal on one (or more) of the following
topics/streams:

Graduate Student (M.Sc.) Position Available in SES

Graduate Student (M.Sc.) Position Available  Advisor:  Dr. Laura L. Van Eerd  Location: University of Guelph at Ridgetown and Guelph Campuses Project: Influence of inbred vigour on nitrogen fertilizer requirement and risk of environmental loss.

Pollinator Field Assistant Job Opening with WPC

Wildlife Preservation Canada is now hiring a Pollinator Field Assistant to assist with at-risk pollinator surveys across southern-Ontario. This person will be responsible for field work and data collection, as well as assisting with literature reviews and other tasks. This position offers a unique opportunity to work with at-risk and declining pollinator species and directly contribute to recovery efforts.  The tentative start date for this position is mid-February, so please apply asap as the position will be filled as soon as a suitable candidate is found.

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