Want to volunteer at the upcoming Annual Cal-Neva meeting? We need you!
Are you a student or young professional? We need your help ensuring that this meeting runs as smoothly as possible.
Tasks: Checking in conference attendees at the registration desk, selling merchandise, assisting with speaker sessions, and more.
Perks: If you are willing to volunteer for 5 or more hours, your meeting registration fee will be waived and there is limited opportunity for lodging.
When/Where: April 5-7, Eureka, CA
Contact: Claire Ingel at email@example.com with your enthusiastic commitment to volunteer, or if you have any questions.
Deadline to sign up: March 5th
- Cal-Neva Chapter AFS is awarding an individual travel grant as well as a student subunit travel grant to the April 5-7, 2017 meeting. See link for further information and application.
- Montana Chapter AFS travel grants to May 22-27, 2017 meeting. See website link for application.
- Fly Fishers of Davis Scholarship, 2017. The UC Davis Center for Aquatic Biology and Aquaculture is pleased to announce the Fly Fishers of Davis Scholarship for 2017. FFD will be generously awarding one $1,500 scholarship. This award is open to UC Davis Graduate Students who are working on fisheries biology, riparian ecology or limnetic ecology research that benefits California’s recreational fisheries. Applications must be submitted to Lowell Ashbaugh by Tuesday, May 2, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Lowell directly at his email address (firstname.lastname@example.org). Download application instructions.
- Yolo Basin Foundation Graduate Student Research Fellowship, 2017. The Yolo Basin Foundation is taking applications for the third annual Yolo Basin Foundation Graduate Student Research Fellowship, to fund graduate level research related to the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area and the Yolo Bypass. Graduate students at UC Davis and Sacramento State University are eligible to apply. Areas of research include: Environmental science related to wetlands ecology, restoration or management of wildlife habitat, pasture, rice production, vernal pools, water quality, or biology of wetland related plant/animal species (including both terrestrial and aquatic species); Environmental education, evaluating an aspect of the Discover the Flyway school program; Policy research related to long-term resource management at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area or the larger Yolo Bypass. Download YBF fellowship announcement. Download YBF application form.
- None at this time.