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California Naturalist Coordinator

California Naturalist Coordinator

Position Location:  Davis, California

The University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR), California Naturalist Program is seeking a California Naturalist Coordinator (academic coordinator II) to support the program mission which is to foster the development of a diverse community of naturalists and promote stewardship of California's natural resources through education and service.

Minimum and Required Qualifications:

A minimum of a Master’s Degree is required, though advanced degrees are encouraged, with a focus on environmental education, and could include expertise in natural resource extension, citizen science, and nature interpretation and science communication, and eight years’ administrative experience required; or a Ph.D. preferred with five years of administrative experience.

Ecolinguisticum - Ecolinguistics Symposium, Graz, Austria

Invitation and Call for Papers

In October 2015 (Sat., 24th to Mon., 26th), Alwin Fill and Hermine Penz will organize a symposium on Ecolinguistics with special emphasis on the topic of Discourse(s) on Environmental Problems. The symposium aims to bring together researchers from all fields of linguistics who are interested in how environmental issues are discussed in various spheres of social life (media, politics, everyday communication, professional groups, etc.). We invite submissions for papers (length about 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for discussion). There will also be time for a general discussion.

 

We welcome papers on all relevant topics of ecolinguistics, particularly on the discourse relating to the following topic areas:

 

- energy and resources

- genetic engineering (e.g. genetically modified crops, food, cloning)

- climate change

- biodiversity

- waste (toxic waste, plastic waste, waste trade)

- sustainability

- natural catastrophes

- etc.

 

 

The Conference venue will be the English Department of Graz University (Heinrichstrasse 36, A-8010 Graz, Austria). The conference languages are English and German.

Accommodation: we will organize room reservations for you in a hotel near the conference venue.

Communications Specialist - The New Hampshire Environmental Public Health Tracking Program

Communications Specialist - The New Hampshire Environmental Public Health Tracking Program (NH EPHT), in the Division of Public Health Services, is looking for a person with the right analytical and communication skills to help drive the meaningful use of environmental health data and information within the NH public health system. Use your marketing, communication, analytical, and technical skills, along with your natural creativity and passion for health, to develop innovative solutions which take advantage of the polydirectional flow of information occurring every minute of the day. Use your skills in an organization whose goal is to use data to improve public health, not increase shareholder wealth. Standard State of NH supplemental job description and application process can be found at http:/goo.gl/f79EhL.

Required experience: Data analysis and communication; Master's degree / 3 years experience

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