The Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) program within AIR is accepting applications for the 2024 Environment & Society Graduate Fellowship Program. This fellowship supports University of Arizona graduate students from any degree-granting program whose work is focused on collaborative environmental research. The fellowship provides an opportunity for graduate students to develop their knowledge, training, and experience in applied environmental science and communication.
Up to four fellowships of $4,750 each will be awarded for projects occurring between May 2024–May 2025. Applications are due February 28, 2024.
Contact Gigi Owen with any questions.
This is a shorter-term position that will be supported until December 2024. Specifically, this position requires a candidate who is eager to support the design and implementation of two international Climate Adaptation Research Project workshops that are scheduled to take place in Ethiopia and South Africa this year, where travel is required. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to network with and learn from a broader network of humanitarian assistance and Disaster Risk Reduction academics and professionals that are engaged in the CARP activities. Questions can be directed to Corrie Hannah.
We are looking for a team member that can assist with uploading, organizing, and presenting content on two websites. The ideal candidate for this position will have familiarity and/or prior experience with Quickstart/Drupal platforms and principles and best practices for web design. Prior experience in communication is desirable, but not a requirement.
- Start date: Spring semester 2024.
- Commitment: up to 10 hours/week, flexible working hours.
- Hourly rate: Depends on experience.
- Education level: Undergraduate or graduate students may apply.
- Interested candidates should send a Resume/CV to Corrie Hannah (email@example.com).