ArcticNet Student Association

Opportunities

University of Manitoba - MSc Student, Arctic Primary Production

We are seeking a motivated student for a MSc thesis project starting January, 2018 to study physical and biological processes controlling primary production in a dynamic region of the Canadian Arctic. The student is to be co-supervised by Drs. C.J. Mundy and C. Michel.

Application deadline: 10 July 2017.

For more information: download the PDF.


2017 Connaught Summer Institute in Arctic Science: Atmosphere, Cryosphere, and Climate

We are pleased to invite applications for our third Connaught Summer Institute, offered from July 17 to 21, 2017 in Alliston, Ontario. It is intended for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows engaged in Arctic research. It is open to students from across the University of Toronto, as well as from other institutions, both national and international. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from experienced researchers in a small and comfortable setting. Students will also participate in professional development activities; engage in a diverse career panel discussion; develop strategies for linking scientific knowledge to public engagement, education and outreach; and present their own research during a poster session.

Application Deadline: Monday, May 29, 2017

For more information: download the PDF.


Postdoctoral Researchers in Molecular Biology and Fish Conservation Physiology

The University of California Davis (UCD) is seeking two (2) highly motivated, organized and dynamic Postdoctoral Researchers with experience in Molecular Biology and Fish Conservation Physiology to join the labs of Drs. Richard Connon and Nann Fangue. Applications can be sent until April 30, 2017.

More information on the opportunity, please contact with the subject line: "Post-Doc Prop 1 application" so that it can be easily recognized.


Master of Science Programme in Arctic and sub-Arctic Marine Science and Fisheries

The University of Iceland is pleased to offer a world-class, intensive multidisciplinary two-year Master of Science program on Arctic and Sub-Arctic Marine Science and Fisheries, with an emphasis on marine ecology and fisheries. This program is being offered in collaboration with the Institute of Marine Research, Iceland's foremost centre for fisheries and marine research.

For more information: english.hi.is/marine_science


University of Manitoba/CEOS/Student Postings

Centre for Earth Observation Science page: umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/departments/ceos/