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Job Postings

Postdoctoral Fellow Position

Summary: Posted November 30, 2020. The Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management at Oklahoma State University  is seeking qualified individuals to work on a research project funded through the South Central CASC. The research aims to understand the nexus of climate change and prescribed fire risk analysis, tolerance, and communication. 

Postdoctoral Scholar

Summary: Posted November 3, 2020. The University of New Hampshire is looking for candidates to fill two postdoctoral scholar positions, one in Ecology and another in Earth & Enviornmental Sciences. Click the links to learn more.

USDA Midwest Climate Hub Coordinator

Summary: Posted October 15, 2020. Deadline: October 27, 2020. This position will help drive solutions to climate and agriculture issues in the Midwest. The Coordinator will work with partners across the federal government and with state and non-governmental agencies.

Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program: Natural Resource Economist

Summary: Posted October 6, 2020. Deadline: January 4, 2021. The Fellow would work with USGS biologists, hydrologists, climatologists, and ecological modelers to develop scientific research applications to apply principles of natural resource economics and decision analysis on high profile invasive species management problems.


Postdoctoral Research Associate

Summary: Posted September 28, 2020. The Climate Variability and Change research group in the School of Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma (OU) is seeking a postdoctoral research scientist to examine mechanisms driving precipitation variability across scales and contribute to associated education, diversity, equity, and inclusion activities.


Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Summary: Posted September 28, 2020. The Climate Variability and Change research group in the School of Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma (OU) has a PhD position to examine changes to precipitation seasonality (i.e. the annual cycle) across scales and contribute to associated education, diversity, equity, and inclusion activities.


Postdoctoral Research Associate

Summary: Posted September 14, 2020. The Institute for a Disaster Resilient Texas (IDRT) is looking for a Postdoctoral Associate to help develop and integrate AI models for visualizing and understanding flood risk. The researcher will contribute to research, development, and support activities involving data mining and machine learning technologies and the interfaces by which users can transparently harness these techniques and technologies.



Summary: Posted September 14, 2020. For Ph.D. at the University of Michigan in the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability. Research includes a variety of topics from computer modeling to conservation and ecology. Applications will be accepted from a wide-range of backgrounds and science related fields (engineering, geography, sociology, biology, ecology, etc.,). To apply, include: (1) letter of application, (2) CV or resume, (3) academic statement, (4) personal statement, (5) transcripts, (6) GRE scores, (7) TOEFL scores (for non-native English speakers only), (8) list of 3 references (names and contact information), and (9) up to three representative publications if any. 


Applications and questions about these opportunities should be emailed to:  Professor Jianguo (Jack) LiuRachel Carson Chair in SustainabilityCenter for Systems Integration and SustainabilityMichigan State UniversityEast Lansing, MI 48823-5243, USA liuji@msu.edu (email)http://csis.msu.edu/people/jianguo-jack-liu

Fish and Wildlife Biologist

Summary: Posted August 21, 2020. Deadline: Open until 500 applications received. Multiple locations and positions available. Minimum qualifaction is a BS in biology or equivalent experience. Learn more and apply by clicking the button.

Atmospheric Data Scientist/Agricultural Meteorologist

Summary: Company: Corteva Agriscience located in Johnston, IA. “We need an Atmospheric Data Scientist, Climatologist, Meteorologist, or Ag Meteorologist to collaborate with visionary crop and crop protection scientists, agronomists, plant breeders, data scientists and engineers to build digitally enabled science and business capabilities.” Position requires a MS or Ph.D. with experience and proficiency with python or R. For a full list of requirements and position responsibilities, check out their website.

Research Civil Engineer (Research Associate)

Summary: Deadline is ongoing until filled. Location: Stillwater, OK. The Develop a pilot program to monitor and inspect approximately five dams within the Stillwater Creek Watershed. Collect data to develop a cloud based database network that can be used to update and expand Windows Dam Analysis Modules (WinDAM) or to be used by other dam monitoring applications like DamWatch. Learn more and apply below.

Upcoming Conferences & Workshops

National Council for Science and the Environment

Summary: A completely virtual conference, NCSE will be held January 5-8, 2021. Registration is now open.

AMS Annual Meeting

Summary: The American Meteorological Society (AMS) marks it’s 101 annual meeting completely online. Registration is now open for professionals and students!

Earth to Sky Academy

Summary: Want a stronger community of climate science communicators in your region? Become an Earth to Sky Regional Leader! In support of our community’s interest in a regional approach for climate communication, Earth to Sky (ETS) has begun developing Regional Communities of Practice in Climate Communication. Each is led by a Regional Leadership Team that has received a week’s training at an ETS Academy, followed by ongoing mentoring and support from ETS Central Leadership. The next Earth to Sky Academy will be held January 25-29, 2021 at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt MD. The Academy is tuition-free.

18th Annual Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop

Summary: The meeting is set to happen next April 20-22, 2021, in Phoenix Arizona rather than July 2020, as it has become clear that large gatherings will not be safe into the summer months. The same venue has been confirmed for those new dates. We are hoping that next spring will be a safer time for travel and professional conferences. The organizing team will be reconvening in the early fall to start up the planning process again. The integrated theme and session/focus areas will remain the same and the agenda will remain as similar as possible to this year’s current draft, with updates as needed. To keep up-to-date with the conference, check out their website


The William M. Lapenta NOAA Internship Program

Summary: Posted December 2, 2020. Open to undergraduate or graduate students, this summer intern program is 10 weeks in length and offers multiple project areas.

Proposals, Grants & Scholarships

Call for Statements of Interest for Tribal Climate Adaptation Research Projects (FY 2021)

Summary: Posted October 29, 2020. The NW & SW CASCs are seeking statements of interest based on certain criteria for the fiscal year 2021. Deadline: Statement of Interest due by December 17, 2020.

STEM Scholarship & Fellowships

Summary: Posted September 30, 2020. Although it may seem early, fellowship deadlines are right around the corner – with many deadlines in October and early November for funding for the 2021/2022 academic year. check out the links to a database of STEM funding opportunities.

Rapid Response and Novel Research in Earth Science

Summary: Proposals due March 29, 2021. This opportunity is to propose investigations making innovative use of NASA satellite data to address regional-to-global environmental, economic, and/or societal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Potential proposals may address R&A-related topics more fundamental in underlying physical and/or biological sciences (including possible connections to socioeconomic activities) and/or ASP-related topics characterizing impacts of decisions or efforts to inform decision makers on regional-to-global levels in their responses to mitigate the impacts of the disease.