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NPS Archaeology GIS Internship Opportuntiy

Closing Date  Monday, May 1, 2017

This summer, the regional NPS archaeology program is offering an internship to interested students through the Geoscientists-in-the Park Program .

The basic details include:

Research Assistant on Transportation and Land Use Issues in China / Harvard University

Closing Date  Wednesday, May 31, 2017

A student Research Assistant with an interest in transportation and land use issues in China is needed for a study using household survey data from a travel behavior study conducted in Chengdu. The survey was conducted in the summer of 2016 by the Harvard-China Project (www.chinaproject.harvard.edu) and the Research Center for Contemporary China of Peking University and is a follow up to a nearly identical survey by the same research partners in 2005, creating a time series on Chengdu's urban development.

NSF RET Fellow Opportunity

Closing Date  Friday, June 23, 2017

NSF RET Fellow Opportunity

 June, 2017 - July, 2017

GIS Teaching Postion at the College of William and Mary

Closing Date  Friday, June 30, 2017

The Center for Geospatial Analysis at the College of William and Mary is recruiting an adjunct teaching position for the Spring 2017 semester. This person will teach two sections of the Introduction to GIS course. This course will provide an introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Emphasis will be on the hands-on application of GIS to create maps, organize and visualize spatial data, and query spatial data to create answers for environmental and social questions.

NSF REU Summer Fellow Opportunity

Closing Date  Wednesday, July 19, 2017

7 weeks during June to August, 2017

The NSF Spatiotemporal Innovation Center (STC) is looking for 4 - 6 undergraduate research assistants to serve as NSF REU Summer Fellows in 2017. They will potentially work at George Mason University Site (Fairfax, VA), Harvard University site (Cambridge, MA), or University of California, Santa Barbara site (Santa Barbara, CA) depends on funding availability from NSF.