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  • Field Botanist - Job - Jobs in Botany
    by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Field Botanist Salmon Valley Stewardship Salmon Idaho USA Position Title Field Botanist Position Type Technician Application Review Begins Wednesday January 13 2016 Application Deadline Thursday March 31 2016 Institution Salmon Valley Stewardship Department Division Range Field e g systematics Riparian and Sagebrush Steppe Vegetation Survey City Salmon Idaho USA General Information Title Botanist Resource Technician Status Full time seasonal exempt employee Location Salmon Idaho Reports to Range Program Manager Jenny Gonyer Start Date Estimated May 23 2016 End Date Estimated August 31 2016 Background Salmon Valley Stewardship founded in 2004 works to promote a sustainable economy and healthy environment in the Salmon Valley Region of Central Idaho SVS has a cooperative agreement with the Salmon Challis National Forest Service to collect upland and riparian vegetation data to inform the management of livestock grazing allotments within the SCNF SVS crews work with public land management agencies ranchers and wildlife management agencies to collect vegetation and ground cover data This data provides an idea of present rangeland condition future rangeland health trends and is used in the analysis of grazing permit renewals Position

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  • Assistant Professor in Epigenetics - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Events Botany 2000 View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Awards Application and Award Schedule Annual Award Recipients 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Assistant Professor in Epigenetics Mississippi State University Mississippi State MS USA Position Title Assistant Professor in Epigenetics Position Type Tenure Track Assistant Professor Application Review Begins Tuesday March 01 2016 Application Deadline Tuesday March 01 2016 Institution Mississippi State University Department Division Biological Sciences Field e g systematics Epigenetics City Mississippi State MS USA General Information We seek applicants interested in the causes and consequences of epigenetic regulation Potential research areas

    Original URL path: http://jobs.botany.org/index.php?module=clip&type=user&func=display&tid=3&pid=3969&title=Assistant%20Professor%20in%20Epigenetics (2016-02-01)
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  • Professor - Plant Sciences (Biological Sciences) - Job - Jobs in Botany
    View Submitted Abstracts Meetings Events Awards Application and Award Schedule Annual Award Recipients 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 Awards for ESTABLISHED SCIENTISTS Distinguished Fellow of the Botanical Society of America Charles Edwin Bessey Teaching Award Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Professor Plant Sciences Biological Sciences Lehman College Bronx NY United States Position Title Professor Plant Sciences Biological Sciences Position Type Tenure Track Professor Application Review Begins Friday January 29 2016 Application Deadline Tuesday March 01 2016 Institution Lehman College Department Division Biological Sciences Field e g systematics City Bronx NY United States General Information Lehman College of the City University of New York is searching for a Professor of Plant Sciences The successful candidate

    Original URL path: http://jobs.botany.org/index.php?module=clip&type=user&func=display&tid=3&pid=3968&title=Professor%20-%20Plant%20Sciences%20%28Biological%20Sciences%29 (2016-02-01)
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  • Multiple plant science positions - lab tech to senior level - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Darbaker Prize Donald R Kaplan Memorial Lecture Jeanette Siron Pelton Award Grady L Webster Publication Award BSA Corresponding Members Given by SECTIONS Winfried and Renate Remy Award Paleo Contributions to Paleobotany Paleo Margaret Menzel Award George R Cooley Award A J Sharp Award Edgar T Wherry Award Awards for EARLY CAREER SCIENTISTS BSA s Emerging Leader Award George H M Lawrence Memorial Award Given by SECTIONS Michael Cichan Award Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom

    Original URL path: http://jobs.botany.org/index.php?module=clip&type=user&func=display&tid=3&pid=3967&title=Multiple%20plant%20science%20positions%20-%20lab%20tech%20to%20senior%20level (2016-02-01)
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  • Associate Geneticist - IRC4501 - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Paleo Research Awards for STUDENTS J S KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD BSA Graduate Student Research Awards BSA Undergraduate Student Research Awards BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Genetics Section Graduate Student Research Awards Travel Awards for STUDENTS PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Associate Geneticist IRC4501 NSF International Richmond CA USA Position Title Associate Geneticist IRC4501 Position Type Permanent Position Application Review Begins Monday January 25 2016 Application Deadline Monday February 29 2016 Institution NSF International Department Division DNA Testing Lab Field e g systematics Genetics City Richmond CA USA General Information Department Description AuthenTechnologies www authentechnologies com was launched in 2010 as the premier provider of DNA based species authentication and identification allergen and GMO testing services Our mission is to apply innovative genetic technologies to improve the authenticity safety and quality of natural products from fresh and dried raw ingredients to culinary herbs and spices foods seafood dietary supplements and botanical pharmaceuticals Our diverse clientele include both small and large ingredient suppliers and manufacturers around the globe and government agencies including FDA and USDA AuthenTechnologies is now part of NSF International www nsf org a global independent public health and safety non profit organization that provides testing auditing certification and consulting services for many sectors including companies in the dietary supplement natural product food and seafood industries They are headquartered in Ann Arbor MI Founded in 1944

    Original URL path: http://jobs.botany.org/index.php?module=clip&type=user&func=display&tid=3&pid=3966&title=Associate%20Geneticist%20-%20IRC4501 (2016-02-01)
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  • Senior Geneticist - IRC4503 - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Senior Geneticist IRC4503 NSF International Richmond CA USA Position Title Senior Geneticist IRC4503 Position Type Permanent Position Application Review Begins Monday January 25 2016 Application Deadline Monday February 29 2016 Institution NSF International Department Division DNA Testing Lab Field e g systematics Genetics City Richmond CA USA General Information Department Description AuthenTechnologies www authentechnologies com was launched in 2010 as the premier provider of DNA based species authentication and identification allergen and GMO testing services Our mission is to apply innovative genetic technologies to improve the authenticity safety and quality of natural products from fresh and dried raw ingredients to culinary herbs and spices foods seafood dietary supplements and botanical pharmaceuticals Our diverse clientele include both small and large ingredient suppliers and manufacturers around the globe and government agencies including FDA and USDA AuthenTechnologies is now part of NSF International www nsf org a global independent public health and safety non profit organization that provides testing auditing certification and consulting services for many sectors including companies in the dietary supplement natural product food and seafood industries They are headquartered in Ann Arbor MI Founded in 1944 NSF is committed to protecting public health and safety worldwide Basic Purpose Independently perform and develop advanced genetic methods and techniques as well as manage day to day operations of the DNA Testing Laboratory Qualifications Requirements REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor s degree in biology and six years related work experience or a Master s degree and three years related work experience or a Ph D Experience with botanical zoological or fungal taxonomy and molecular methodology in species identification Good written and

    Original URL path: http://jobs.botany.org/index.php?module=clip&type=user&func=display&tid=3&pid=3965&title=Senior%20Geneticist%20-%20IRC4503 (2016-02-01)
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  • Curator, Flora of Missouri - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Curator Flora of Missouri Missouri Botanical Garden St Louis MO USA Position Title Curator Flora of Missouri Position Type Permanent Position Application Review Begins Tuesday February 09 2016 Application Deadline Tuesday February 09 2016 Institution Missouri Botanical Garden Department Division Missouri Botanical Garden Field e g systematics City St Louis MO USA General Information Curator will identify significant research questions and perform independent research and analysis to answer questions relevant to plants of the Midwestern United States Individual will frequently collaborate with other scientists undertaking field and laboratory work as appropriate and take an active role in teaching and advising students and other staff in departmental and division wide scientific programs and projects Individual is expected to be an active participant in conservation efforts directed toward threatened plant species in Missouri and surrounding states Qualifications Requirements Seven 7 years experience of in one or more of the following fields ecology evolution systematics and bioinformatics Extensive experience with North American Botany with either a willingness to learn or previous experience with plants in the Midwestern region Extensive prior experience writing scientific papers and reports Strong familiarity with the publishing process botanical literature and library facilities Demonstrated and successful experience in grant research and writing required Demonstrated knowledge of the botanical community and current research trends Willingness and flexibility to conduct field work Strong Information Technology Skills including maintaining and growing the Flora of Missouri Website and ensuring that its content remains current Minimum of three 3 years experience in personnel management including conflict resolution and other related management experience Excellent communication and interpersonal skills professional speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations listens and gets clarification responds well to questions is tactful and treats others with respect Able to travel up to 25 of the time domestic and international Scheduling flexibility is required to work evenings weekends or holidays as needed The requirements and duties listed are representative and not exhaustive of the knowledge skill and or abilities required Education Ph D required An equivalent combination of education skills and experience may be considered Language Skills Ability to communicate effectively in English oral written bilingual skills highly desirable Mathematical Skills Advanced college math aptitude requires the ability to perform algebra calculus equations addition subtraction multiplication and division calculate percentages

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  • Plant Conservation Internship - Job - Jobs in Botany
    Student Travel Awards STA Vernon I Cheadle STA TRIARCH Botanical Images STA Given by SECTIONS Developmental Structural Section Ecological Section Economic Botany Section Genetics Section Mycological Section Phycological Section Physiological Section Phytochemical Section Pteridological Section amp American Fern Society Southeast Section Recognition and Presentation Awards for STUDENTS BSA Young Botanist Awards Given by SECTIONS Isabel Cookson Award Katherine Esau Award Maynard Moseley Award Emanuel D Rudolph Award Ecological Section Best Student Presentation Poster Awards Genetics Section Poster Award Physiological Section Best Student Presentations Li COR Prize Special Funds and Awards James M and Esther N Schopf Fund Paleo News News Meetings Posting a NEWS Item Careers Jobs Post doctoral Fellowship and Career Opportunities Posting Conferences Announcements amp Employment Opportunities Careers in Botany online resource BOTANY science from students perspectives Governance BSA Governance Information BSA Officers Officer Duties Sectional Officers Committees Committee Officers BSA Reports Council Reports Business Meeting Minutes Council Meeting Minutes BSA Website Statistics BSA Project Grant Reports Bylaws Policies Procedures Bylaws of the Sections Reimbursement Request Form Guidelines for Professional Ethics Outreach BSA Science Education and Outreach PlantingScience PLANTS Diversity Student Travel Awards Resources What is Botany Classroom PLANT Talking Points Trees You and CO2 Crime Scene Botanicals Endosperm the Food We Eat Stone or Plant McIntosh Apple Development Poster One Bad Apple Sailing Seeds Gasping for Breath Careers in Botany BOTANY science from students perspectives PlantED Digital Library Plant Image Collection Carnivorous Plants The Mysterious Venus Flytrap Parasitic Plants Statement on Evolution State Botanical References ALABAMA FLORIDA ILLINOIS INDIANA KANSAS MINNESOTA MISSOURI NEW HAMPSHIRE OHIO OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA WISCONSIN BSA Suggested Websites International Plant Societies Careers in the Plant Sciences Plant Conservation Internship Missouri Botanical Garden Saint Louis MISSOURI United States Position Title Plant Conservation Internship Position Type Temporary Position Application Review Begins Monday February 22 2016 Application Deadline Sunday February 21 2016 Institution Missouri Botanical Garden Department Division Center for Conservation Sustainable Development Field e g systematics Plant Conservation City Saint Louis MISSOURI United States General Information This is an excellent opportunity to learn about and participate in all aspects of plant conservation science at one of the world s leading botanical gardens The intern will assist scientists and staff with a range of field and lab projects related to rare plant conservation including seed banking reintroduction demographic monitoring and habitat restoration and management This internship is ideal for a student interested in pursuing graduate school or a career in conservation The position will be based in St Louis where the intern will have opportunities to interact with a vibrant community of conservation biologists ecologists and evolutionary biologists through a summer seminar series meetings and local conferences Qualifications Requirements The internship is expected to start full time no later than March 25 2016 Candidates should have a Bachelor s degree in biology ecology botany natural resources or related fields candidates with additional skills and experience who are working towards a degree may be considered Required to maintain a valid driver s license Ability to lift 50

    Original URL path: http://jobs.botany.org/index.php?module=clip&type=user&func=display&tid=3&pid=3963&title=Plant%20Conservation%20Internship (2016-02-01)
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