A unique opportunity for highly qualified recent Ph.D. recipients.
The Energy Technologies Area at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory invites applications for a distinguished postdoctoral fellowship opportunity. The fellowship will allow an outstanding recent or upcoming Ph.D. recipient to engage in innovative research leading to new energy efficiency technologies or policies and reduction of adverse energy-related environmental impacts. This year, the committee is seeking applicants interested in water-energy technologies research.
ENVenture is an incubator that empowers rural organizations to learn business skills to launch sustainable clean energy enterprises, starting in Uganda. Incubatees receive a revolving loan and a business coach that mentor them in launching the business, undertaking the packaged business concept from idea to execution. They are seeking recent graduates (from either Undergrad or Graduate school) who want to gain experience working on a social enterprise in a developing country.
There are currently 3 positions available, each requiring a commitment of 3-5 months. Please click on the position below for more information about that opportunity and for instructions on how to apply.
We are seeking a Business Development Fellow that will serve as a business coach for our rural CBO partners to enable them to launch a sustainable enterprise. You'll be based at their location site and you will gain…
Interested in getting involved in the Green Building Industry? Opportunities are plentiful in the field of sustainable design and LEED is at its forefront.
LEED Green Associate (GA) Training
When: June 25th 2016 – 1:00PM to 5:00 PM
Where: University of Waterloo - EV3-Room 3408 - https://goo.gl/maps/jjPNs
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a green-rating point system, or a scorecard. The more energy efficient and sustainable a building is, the more points it will earn. To date, this course and its materials have proven to be instrumental in helping over 5000 students…
2016 Application Deadline is May 4
Check out the undergrad course offerings for spring 2016, fall 2016 and winter 2017!
CENTRE FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND VALUES
STV 100: Society, Technology and Values: An Intro (Fall 2016 & Winter 2017) Scott Campbell
STV 202: Design and Society (Fall 2016 & Winter 2017) Cam Shelley
STV 203: Biotechnology & Society (Fall 2016) Cam Shelley
STV 302: Information Technology and Society (Winter 2017) Scott Campbell
ENGL 210J: Technical Editing (Spring 2016) Ashley Rose Kelly
HIST 303: Digital History (Winter 2017) Ian Milligan
The GREEN Program has been awarded the "Top Summer Abroad Program" for 2015 by Abroad101, and we would be excited to have your students join our short-term experiential educational programs. Our programs are designed to enhance their skills with unique experiences to perfectly compliment the knowledge gained in the classroom, to accelerate their careers towards their Sustainable Development Goals.
Remember CollegeBoard? You may have used this platform for kickstarting your initial college search, looking into financial aid options, or preparing for the SATs. Our team certainly does!
They recently posted a blog on how to “Encourage students to make the most of summer break.” We couldn’t agree more! But here's the thing:
You can do it all. In just 10 days.
Join us in Peru, Iceland, & Philadelphia to gain hands-on industry exposure, check adrenaline-rushing adventure…
SOtL North is an immersive experience for graduate students in science in engineering that provides a hands- on introduction to science and policy in Canada. Join us in Montreal and Ottawa this summer to network, discover career paths, and interact with Canadian policy.
SOtL North is an intensive, week-long immersion in Canada's science, policy and culture.
Get to know the people who fund, regulate, shape, critique, publicize and study science in Ottawa, Ontario; and Montréal, Quebec including:
Fee includes program, lodging, breakfast/lunch, and…
The electricity industry is rapidly evolving as a result of divergent environmental, political, technological and economic realities.
Renewables, distributed generation, demand response, storage, microgrids, electric vehicle-to-grid technologies, to name a few, are some current 'trends' that are taking hold in our morphing industry. Our keynote speakers will kick off our exchange, drawing from leading perspectives in green energy and energy policy both domestically and internationally.
This landscape will be examined at the Sixth Annual GridSmartCity Round Table!
Internationally, across North America and here in Ontario,…
Providing a forum for discussing challenges for pursuing, producing and utilizing science in the developing world.
The Science in the Developing World Workshop provides a forum for discussing challenges for pursuing, producing and utilizing science in the developing world. The workshop is being held at the Balsillie School of International Affairs on September 17-18, 2015.
We welcome all graduate students to register in the poster competition being held during the two-day workshop. Graduate students are able to present work relevant to the workshop topics:
- Global Health and Development
Providing students an overview of the principals of hydrological observations and of resilience based water and land management through a seven day field excursion.
Field Course in Hydrology & Geology
The Principals of Resilience Based Management of Natural Resources
17th -22nd August, 2015
Credits: 3 ECTS
Programme cost: 2050 EUR - Dorm / 2400 EUR - Single room
The programme cost includes: accommodation, 3 meals a day, and transportation during the programme. Maximum of 20 students. The accommodation will be provided by the Icelandic Soil Conservation at their station in Gunnarsholt, in the south of Iceland.
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