December 1, 2008
News from the Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Environmental and Watershed Research
Seminar - Our "Indian Distinction": Penobscot Indian Diplomacy and Critiques of Participation in Environmental Decision Making
Darren Ranco, Associate Prof. of Anthropology and Director of Native American Research, University of Maine
Thursday, December 4
12noon - 1pm
Room 107, Norman Smith Hall, UMaine, Orono
All are welcome. Refreshments will be served.
Please contact Ruth Hallsworth at 581-3196 or email@example.com for directions and parking permits.
Additional information is available at
2009 Maine Water Conference: Call for Abstracts
Maine Water Conference (combined conference with NEGSA)
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland, Maine
The Call for Abstracts for the 2009 Maine Water Conference is open. Additional information is available at:
Please note the early submission deadlines.
Deadlines (submit to only one of these):
- Submission deadline to NEGSA ($10 fee): December 16th, 2008, 11:59pm Pacific Time.
- Submission deadline to MWC (waived fee): December 15th, 2008, 4pm Eastern Time.
Student Abstracts: All student abstracts for the MWC juried poster competition should be submitted under theme session T18. Deadlines for the student poster session are the same as for other sessions.
Position opening - Science Information Coordinator
The Mitchell Center invites applications for the position of Science Information Coordinator. This position will facilitate & enhance communications, outreach & research activities as part of a research coordination network focused on diadromous fish species in eastern North America. BA/BS degree required; preference given to applicants with
a scientific background. Experience editing scientific documents, web publishing & desktop publishing preferred.
Full job announcement is available at: http://www.searunfish.maine.edu/about_dsrrn/investigators.htm.
Full-time, fiscal year appointment contingent on funding. Proposed salary commensurate with qualifications & experience, with full benefits. Review of applications begins Dec. 15, 2008. Submit 1-page application letter & resume with 3 references to: R. Hallsworth, Mitchell Ctr., 5710 Norman Smith Hall, UMaine, Orono, ME 04469 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Maine is an EO/AA Employer.