Apply now for a position with Oregon Sea Grant's communications team!

Oregon Sea Grant's communications team is recruiting for a half-time, classified administrative program assistant (content strategist). This position will report work performed by Sea Grant-funded individuals to the National Sea Grant Library and plan and implement ways to disseminate OSG-related content and amplify awareness of the value of Oregon Sea Grant. Position is based at Oregon State University. Benefits are included. The hourly wage ranges from $14.74 to $21.90. Posting # P00936CT; closes June 6.

Apply now for the 2017-18 Oregon Sea Grant Natural Resources Policy Fellowship

Oregon Sea Grant is now accepting applications for the 2017-18 Oregon Sea Grant Natural Resources Policy Fellowship. Deadline: Monday, June 12, 2017, before 5:00 pm PST; submit intent to apply to eseagrant@oregonstate.edu by May 29.

The Oregon Coast STEM Hub invites your participation and input!

Come help revisit and re-imagine STEM education along the Oregon coast! The vitality of our coastal communities and our state depends on our collective willingness to work together to power student success in STEM. This April and May, the Oregon Coast STEM Hub will be holding a series of meetings along the coast designed to engage coastal community members in regional STEM education efforts.

Register now! Coastal Resiliency in the Face of Environmental Change

Oregon Sea Grant and the University of Oregon Environment and Natural Resources Law Center are cohosting a symposium, “Coastal Resiliency in the Face of Environmental Change: Are current laws and policies flexible for a changing world?” on April 7, 2017, at the UO Law School.

National Sea Grant aquaculture competition: "Integrated Projects to Increase Aquaculture Production"

Depending on appropriations, NOAA Sea Grant expects to have available a total of $10,000,000-$12,000,000 between fiscal years 2017, 2018, and 2019 for a national initiative to increase aquaculture production in the short term (2-4 years). This competition is designed to foster the expansion of sustainable U.S. marine, coastal, and Great Lakes aquaculture. Successful applications must outline integrated projects that clearly address major constraints, barriers, or hurdles limiting United States aquaculture production.  

National Sea Grant aquaculture competition: "Addressing Impediments to Aquaculture Opportunities"

Depending on appropriations, NOAA Sea Grant expects to have available a total of $3,000,000 between fiscal years 2017 and 2018 for a national initiative focused on answering key questions impeding the development and expansion of sustainable United States marine, coastal, and Great Lakes aquaculture. Successful applications must outline small scale projects, business plans, workshops, etc.

Apply now! Education program assistant 1

This recruitment will be used to fill one part-time (approximately 10 hours per week) Marine Educator position for Oregon Sea Grant's Hatfield Marine Science Visitor Center.

The Visitor Center is a museum/aquarium open to the public. It is through this facility that many of the Sea Grant Extension marine education programs are delivered. A wide variety of workshops, field trips, and short courses are offered for the public, school teachers, K-12 students, and other youth groups.

Apply now! Education program assistant 1

The Clean Vessel Act program is hiring an education program assistant to support its outreach efforts in the Willamette Valley and along the Columbia River. This position is perfect for someone who wants to conduct outreach with the public on an environmental issue.

NEW: Application deadline extended for Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship!

The deadline for the John D. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship has been extended and the total award has been increased. Applications are now due February 21, 2017.

NEW research funding initiative from Oregon Sea Grant

Oregon Sea Grant announces a new research funding initiative: the 2018-2022 SEED-LEAF Research Competition. The purpose of this pilot effort is to foster interdisciplinary research approaches that address issues critical to Oregon’s coast and citizens. Initial SEED projects provide nine months of support to convene a team and design a larger effort, the three+ year LEAF project. SEED proposals are due by 5:00 p.m. PST on Monday, February 6, 2017.

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