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The Polly Hill Arboretum on the island of Martha’s Vineyard is seeking applicants eager to gain experience in the curation and management of living collections.
In cooperation with the National Park Service and Capitol Reef National Park, the Great Basin Institute is recruiting a Botany Field Team Lead to join our AmeriCorps program. The Botany Field Team Lead will support the Capitol Reef National Park Division of Resource Management & Science and serve as a member of the rare plant monitoring crew assisting resource staff with surveys and demographic monitoring of three federally listed plant species.
Dr. Hugh Daniel Wilson, Emeritus Professor of Biology and former Curator of the TAMU Herbarium at Texas A&M University, died November 5, 2018.
The College of Natural Sciences, Department of Botany at University of Hawai’i at Manoa invites applications for a full-time, tenure track, faculty position in Plant Genomics. Start date is approximately August 1, 2019 or as soon thereafter as possible.
Deadline Extended! (30 Nov 2018)
The California Academy of Sciences is seeking candidates who specialize in western North American plants (especially Californian), examining a wide range of topics, including their evolution, diversity, or ecology; Candidates who could potentially work with our extensive research collections and our emerging California Initiative will be especially welcome. We also seek candidates with leadership in science communication and engagement, and an interest in increasing diversity in science.
Applicants are sought to coordinate and implement data analysis and mapping for the Seeds of Success (SOS) National Collection and the BLM Plant Conservation and Restoration Program.
Applicants are being sought o assist with outreach efforts related to Seeds of Success and the Plant Conservation and Restoration Program of BLM, communicating with a wide variety of audiences including federal, state, local, and tribal agencies and elected officials; non-governmental organizations and interest groups; industry; traditional and new media outlets; public land users; and other stakeholders.
The Conservation and Land Management Internship Program places 75-100 college graduates in five-month paid internships to assist biologists with federal (BLM, NPS, FWS, FS, USGS, etc.) and non-profit partners. Interns gain hands-on experience applying their education in real-world setting, make connections in various governmental and non-profit organizations. Applicants with strong botany experience are especially encouraged to apply!
The Department of Biological Sciences at Mississippi State University invites applicants for a 9-month, tenure-track position in Plant Biology as Assistant Professor and Curator of the Mississippi State University Herbarium.