Showing posts from March, 2019

C-StREAM Applications Deadline Extended

C-StREAM (Chesapeake Student Recruitment, Early Advisement, and Mentoring) is a new CRC-coordinated program that is intended to increase the workforce for environmental restoration by finding, inspiring, and mentoring talented college students – focusing primarily from previously under-represented groups – toward careers in environmental protection and restoration. The program strives to engage the student through extended involvement in interesting projects with multiple mentors — from both their home institution and one or more CRC members or other C-StREAM partnering institutions — in a program of longer-term advisement and assistance.

Application to a C-StREAM summer internship is open to undergraduates at any level of study, including post-baccalaureate.  Preference is given to

students from cultures and backgrounds that are typically under-represented in environmental science, engineering, and management (relative to watershed populations);(These include, for example, native Ameri…

OMI 2020 Maui Internship


Summer Class in Landscape Architecture

This summer course can count as an equivalent to ENST 281 (EcoTech Concentration Depth - Design or any other ENST concentration's elective).

Restore's Internship Night

A reminder that RESTORE's annual Internship Night is this Tuesday, March 26th from 6:30-7:30PM in room ANSC0412!
At Internship Night, RESTORE (previous ENST Society now open to ALL majors!) will help you learn where to find and how to apply to environmental internships. Come for a brief talk about where to find internships, presentations from current students about internship experiences they've had, AND free pizza.

Take advantage of this casual, informal way to learn about resources you need to get an internship. No need to dress up or bring any materials - come by and enjoy some useful information, free snacks and pizza!
PLEASE RSVP by tonight at 8pm HERE

Coordinator Position- AGNR Animal and Avian Sciences

Location: College Park, MD

Description: Provides administrative support to academic programs unit, communicates with all constituents on graduate programs throughout the graduate application process, and manages multiple undergraduate student services and interfaces with appropriate campus offices.


Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience in a field related to agriculture. Animal science background strongly preferred. At least three years of experience providing administrative support, and at least one year of experience in a higher education setting.
Preferences: Ability to interact effectively and comfortably with internal and external stakeholders in a courteous and efficient manner. General knowledge of and skill in the practical application of generally accepted office practices and procedures. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Some experience with public speaking, and enjoyment of pres…

MANRRS General Body Meeting

Thursday, March 28th   5:30 - 6:30 PM  Symons Hall 0118

"MANRRS is a national society that welcomes membership of people of all racial and ethnic group participation in agricultural and related science careers. MANRRS members are encouraged to be full participants in other professional societies for their basic disciplinary and career interests. However, MANRRS attempts to provide networks to support the professional development of minorities. It is a springboard for their entry into and advancement in careers where they otherwise could be lost in the sheer number and established connections of mainstream participants. For student members, MANRRS provides role models and networking opportunities. MANRRS also offers students opportunities to enhance leadership and organizational and public speaking skills, and to experience professional critique of scholarly worked in a “user-friendly” environment."

Call for Volunteers - Residence Hall Waste Audits

Call for Volunteers - Residence Hall Waste Audits
Facilities Management, Residential Facilities, and Dining Services are collaborating to conduct a series of waste audits of campus residence halls. At a University of our size, there is an enormous amount of waste generated. In order to better understand this waste, it is critical that we have reliable data to properly plan for, manage, and ultimately minimize all types of waste. We are holding a series of waste audits throughout the Spring semester to gather data for the evaluation and improvement of our waste program. Audits will be held on select Fridays from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. outside of Maryland stadium. The sign up link can be found below.
To support these audits, we are looking for student volunteers. Volunteers will be provided with the knowledge and the necessary materials to correctly identify, sort, and weigh waste items. Volunteers will also be given a swag bag for sustainable living.
We have created online forms to facili…


Dropping with a “W” – Spring 2019
FRIDAY, APRIL 12 is the LAST DAY TO DROP one class or 4 credits with a “W.” This means you could drop HEBR 112 (6 credits, but one class) or ENGL 212 and KNES 155N (4 credits, but two classes).
WHAT IF I NEED TO DROP MORE THAN 4 CREDITS? If extenuating circumstances are causing difficulty with your academics, please contact me because there is help available on campus, and academic procedures to be followed, should you need assistance handling the academic consequences of a personal situation.  It is better to “strategize” now, while you have options, than to wait and do nothing, hoping the situation will “right” itself.
WHAT IF I AM RECEIVING FINANCIAL AID?  Check with your Financial Aid counselor in the Lee Building NOW if dropping a course would put you below 12 credits.  Most aid programs allow this provided you began the semester with 12 or more credits, but there may be a few that do not – and it can be expen$ive to make an incorrect assumption.

New Internship Opening- Dr. Mirsky Lab


Agricultural Internships Info Session


Marketing and Communication Specialist-BCI


PSI Environmental Technician -Internship position

Students interested in applying for these internships should email their cover letter and resume before April 1st to Jenny Kim at

ProfessionalServiceIndustries,Inc.(PSI)isanationallyrecognizedconsultingengineeringandtestingfirm providingintegratedservicesinseveraldisciplines,includingenvironmental consulting,geotechnicalengineering,constructionmaterialstestingandengineering,asbestosmanagement,andfacilitiesengineeringandconsulting.We area

Soil and Plant Science Division Pathways Internship Position


Technical Liason- NABat

The NABat Coordinating Office located at the USGS Fort Collins Science Center is currently seeking an extremely motivated, recent graduate student (must have graduated with a master’s or doctoral degree in relevant field within the past 12 months or plan to graduate in spring of 2019) to serve as the NABat Technical Monitoring Liaison. The position will be located at the Fort Collins Science Center in Fort Collins, CO. This position offers a unique opportunity to combine and apply writing and communication skills to data management expertise, while supporting NABat Partners and contributing directly to this collaborative conservation monitoring program of international importance. Please see attached announcement for more details. Contact Brian Reichert ( if you have any questions.

RESTORE’s Internship Information Night!


Area Extension Director-AGNR-UME

Area Extension Director Position Number: 108969 AGNR-UME-Southern Maryland Cluster (Charles, Calvert, and St. Mary’s Counties) Home Office Location: Negotiable choice between the Cluster Counties (Charles, Calvert, or St. Mary’s)
The Area Extension Director will serve as the administrative leader and director of three county offices located within the Southern Maryland Cluster providing day-to-day supervision and administration within each of the county offices. The Area Extension Director serves as the liaison between the University of Maryland Extension administration and county governments, provides logistical coordination for local programming, manages fiscal, personnel and facilities operations at the local level and provides leadership for public relations/marketing efforts. In carrying out these duties, the individual reports to the Assistant Director of Operations. This position has …