Mendenhall Postdoctoral Research

The Mendenhall Postdoctoral Research program works with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Coastal and Marine Hazards and Resources Program to study coastal systems. One specific opportunity offered is a social science coastal-related fellowship research opportunity. This postdoctoral researcher will help advance fundamental Coastal Change Hazards research, guide and improve coastal hazard assessment capabilities, and advance knowledge of coastal processes to meet the needs of coastal stakeholders around the Nation. The research opportunity will include a focus on assessing social aspects of model predictions in conjunction with the impact of an actual storm event. 

Associate Teaching Professor in GIS

There is availability for an Associate Teaching Professor in GIS at University of California, Santa Cruz. This position will entail multiple key roles intended to support a growing geospatial program in the Department of Environmental Studies. These roles include leading a GIS Master’s program, teaching courses for undergraduate, graduate, and professional development in GIS and Spatial Data Science, maintaining the Center for Integrated Spatial Research (CISR) facilities, and supporting research in geospatial research in the department. This full-time position will start in July of 2024.

Remote Research Assistant at Michigan Tech Department of Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science urgently needs interested students willing to apply for a remote position with a weekly pay of $350.00 as compensation for research. This offer is open to students from any department of the institution. Tasks of the position can be carried out remotely. Slots are limited and consideration will be given on a first come first serve basis. Ability to carry out instructions on time is an important factor in the qualification process.

To proceed with the application process, please contact Dr. Bo Chen via text on +1(316) 334-2316 stating your full name, email address, department and year of study regarding the job description and further application requirements.

Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance Research Associate

SEEA Research Associate

The Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance is hiring for a full-time Research Associate hybrid position in Atlanta Georgia. Research will focus on how “climate change policy impacts people and the energy sector.” A bachelor’s degree is required, and a master’s degree is preferred. This position centers around research and writing and stakeholder engagement and collaboration.

Michigan Space Grant Consortium Grants and Fellowships

Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) Grants and Fellowships

Michigan Space Grant Consortium aims to foster awareness of education in and research on communities in Michigan. Research may occur over the summer, during the academic year, or both. Many students in our department have received these grants and fellowships in the past. Please consider applying to this great opportunity to help fund your research or to gain a fellowship.

  • Deadlines:
    • October 18, 2023 by  Noon — All other submissions.
    • November 8, 2023 by Noon — Internal deadline for undergraduate and graduate fellowship proposals.
    • November 15, 2023 by 5 pm — Final materials, after review and approval by SPO, must be uploaded to MSGC by the applicant.

American Historical Association Conference

American Historical Association Conference

Are you interested in presenting at the American Historical Association’s 137th annual conference in San Francisco? The conference will be held January 4th-7th, 2024. A lightning round session as well as poster presentation are available for undergraduates. The lightning round contains three-minute presentations by undergraduate historians describing their research for fellow historians. The deadline for submissions for the lightning round is November 15, 2023. The poster presentation provides opportunity for undergraduates to share their research with peers and scholars. Submissions for the poster presentations are due October 15th, 2023.

Don’t forget the department offers the Developmental Mini Grant to help fund these kinds of opportunities.

Climate Justice Research Scientist

The Climate Justice Research Scientist will support and expand social science, policy, governance and project management capabilities across various climate change adaptation projects, with an emphasis on projects in collaboration with frontline communities. Located in Seattle, Washington at the University of Washington. Application review will begin on April 21, 2023. A bachelors degree plus two years of experience is required.

Fish Sovereignty Internship

This summer you could gain hands-on experience with tribal traditions and customs of commercial fishing and seafood processing techniques. The selected intern will use this firsthand experience to create recruitment and outreach materials for a pilot program so that other community members may learn these teachings, too.


  • Member of Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
  • Enrolled in an undergraduate degree in Fisheries, Food Systems, Food Sovereignty, or Anishinaabe Cultures & Traditions
  • 18 years old by May 15, 2023
  • Willing to work non-traditional hours, with their hands, work on boats, and handle and process fish 
  • Strong communication and organizational skills

Please send your resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts by April 26, 2023 to Dr. Lauren Jescovitch,

Survey Statistician

  • Survey Statistician at the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES)
    • This position is responsible for planning, developing, and executing ongoing survey projects, as well as introducing and managing new survey developments and initiatives, redesign activities and methodological research.
    • Salary:$132,368 – $172,075 per year
    • The application deadline is April 17th, 2023. 
    • Located in Alexandria, Washington. 
    • This job is telework eligible.

Summer Work Opportunity at Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities

  • Based in Traverse City, MI Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities is looking for a motivated student to lead research on solar energy development across schools in Michigan.
  • This individual will work with Groundwork Climate and Clean Energy program staff to compile a list of schools in Michigan with solar installations and to track the amount of capacity that it represents across the state.
  • In this report, we also hope to incorporate a trendspotter section to highlight Ann Arbor Public Schools which have committed to achieving 100% renewable energy in their district. 
  • This is a summer work opportunity supervised by Chelsea Schelly in partnership with Groundwork.
  • If you are interested, please contact