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The University of Arizona Campus Arboretum is seeking a part-time student employee or academic intern to assist with educational outreach supporting the living plant collections on the UA main campus. The student will be responsible for researching content relating to the botanical names, characteristics, cultivation, natural history and ethnobotanical uses of the plant species in the collection. The results of this literature review will be... Read More
The University of Arizona Campus Arboretum is seeking a part-time student employee or academic intern to assist with research using the living plant collections on the UA main campus. The student will be responsible for the nomination process for Arizona Great Trees, Heritage Trees and Champion Trees. The student will research measurements of record holders and identify campus specimens with guidance from the Arboretum Director to be measured... Read More
The Gornish Lab (gornish.arizona.edu) is in search of a motivated undergraduate student to assist in several projects in the lab. We are offering a paid position ($11/hr) for a student to work anywhere from 2-9 hours per week. Job responsibilities will include lab work (seed sorting and seed counting), field work (data collection, plot... Read More
The Controlled Environment Agriculture Center requires student workers immediately. The position entails potting, transplanting, and care/maintenance of seed corn plants in the greenhouse project. The successful applicant can begin work immediately. The position will pay $10.50 for 10 – 20 hours per week during summer with possible continuation into the fall semester.
Contact Dr. Gene Giacomelli for more information:
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The UA's Institute of the Environment has a student worker (undergrad, or possibly grad) position open to assist with our campus-wide communications about environmental activities and opportunities. I would be grateful for your help in distributing it to your students. It can be accessed by this ... Read More
Mission Garden is a living museum reviving the region's rich agricultural heritage by growing gardens representing 4,000+ years of cultivation in the Tucson basin.
This nearly 4-acre garden physically resembles the 18th-century walled garden that was associated with Mission San Agustín. However, inside are plots representing all historic eras and ethnic groups that have gardened on the floodplain of the Santa Cruz River. It is run by a... Read More
The Western Ecological Research Center (WERC) of the USGS has an immediate opening for a student intern to work on meeting logistics and analyses of vegetation type conversion.
The student will participate in a team effort to describe vegetation type conversion in southwestern conifer forests. Duties will include contacting potential data contributors, collecting and normalizing data, creating reports, and statistical analyses. Work... Read More
A unique opportunity to work on the major water issues of our time and learn from experienced professionals.
AMWUA is a non-profit corporation established in 1969 with offices located in Phoenix, Arizona. AMWUA members are the cities of Avondale, Chandler, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe, and the town of Gilbert.
Our mission is to protect our members’ ability to provide assured, safe and... Read More
The Agricultural Research Service is the chief scientific research agency of the United States Department of Agriculture. The ARS Laboratory for Aflatoxin Reduction in Crops run by Dr. Peter Cotty in the School of Plant Sciences of the University of Arizona is seeking undergraduate research assistants to support current research projects. These students will have a unique opportunity to learn microbiological techniques and the use of... Read More
Pepperwood is seeking a Research Technician to support the science programming of the Pepperwood Foundation. Pepperwood is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to advance science-based conservation throughout our region and beyond. Pepperwood owns and operates a 3,200-acre preserve in Sonoma County dedicated to ecological research and education. The Dwight Center for Conservation Science, a 9,400 square foot LEED-certified green... Read More