1 – 2 pm • GIS for teaching (and research) • Miriam Cope (Academic Computing Manager) & Kim Diver (Professor of the Practice in E&ES)
Wesleyan University has an unlimited campus license to Esri ArcGIS, the world leader of geospatial technologies and platforms. Kim will discuss opportunities for faculty training, offers examples from colleagues’ courses, and provides an overview of instructional resources available to faculty. Miriam then will review access to ArcGIS, ArcGIS Online, and virtual learning offered through Esri, as well as some past and current GIS projects.
Audubon is currently recruiting for the 2017 cohort of three GIS Dangermond Fellows. Here is the link.
USGS (East Hartford Office) seeks a student intern. Please apply using USAJOB link https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/461728800/
The position will be posted Jan 9-13, 2017.
Duties include working with large databases, hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, GIS data analysis and mapping, possibly surveying, and other engineering work.
Wildlife Conservation Society Canada released a story map to share data and information about mineral exploration in Ontario’s boreal caribou ranges: http://wcs-global.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=69ce6f567b4e415d8e3bb6e4c8634b88 Continue reading
The Department of Geography at Miami University invites applications to its Master of Arts (M.A.) degree. Continue reading
The Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA) for the City of Norwalk seeks a GIS intern to assist in the development and quality control of various GIS layers. Follow the link to a pdf of the job description: Norwalk GIS job
Opening for a term physical scientist in the USGS Santa Cruz office who has strong GIS background and experience in marine ecology to support the Coral Reefs Project and the Marine Geomorphology, Evolution, and Habitats Project.