Newsletter Announcements for the week of November 13, 2016
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There will be a Biological Sciences Faculty Meeting on Tuesday, November 15, 2016, at noon in LC 15/17.
Future Seminar Dates
James Paris, PhD graduate student with Dr. Colden Baxter, will present his proposal seminar, “Multiscale investigations on the role of spatial complexity in river-floodplain food webs: testing food web theory and informing river management,” Thursday, November 17, in Lecture Center 10 at noon.
Maria Pacioretty, MS graduate student with Dr. Keith Reinhardt, will present her defense seminar, “Living in the Phantom Gas Field: Physiological responses of Artemisia tridentata to experimental-noise-induced changes in arthropod herbivory,” Friday, November 18, in Lecture Center 10 at 9 a.m.
Verona Nicolae, DA graduate student with Dr. Michael Thomas, will present her proposal seminar Thursday, December 1, in Lecture Center 10 at noon.
Dr. Jennifer Chase, BGSA Guest Speaker, will present her seminar Thursday, December 1, in Lecture Center 10 at 4 p.m.
Matthew Schenk, MS graduate student with Dr. Colden Baxter, will present his defense seminar Friday, December 2, in Lecture Center 10 at 2 p.m.
Dr. Charles Hart, ISU Bengal Bridge Program, will present his seminar, “Unraveling a Mess in Beetle Taxonomy: The West Indian Blapstinoid (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) Problem,” Thursday, December 8, in Lecture Center 10 at 4 p.m.
Dr. Kitty Lohse was mentioned in this article about a young scientist, Ciaran Harman, who received the 2016 Early Career Hydrologic Science Award.
Rodnick KJ and Planas JV. (2016). The Stress and Stress Mitigation Effects of Exercise: Cardiovascular, Metabolic, and Skeletal Muscle Adjustments. In Fish Physiology - Biology of Stress in Fish, Volume 35 (eds. CB Schreck, L Tort, AP Farrell, and CJ Brauner), pp. 251-294, San Diego, CA: Academic Press, ISBN: 978-0-12-802728-8.
ISU Academic Calendar
||Last day to WITHDRAW from late 8-week courses|
||Fall recess (no classes - Thanksgiving Break)|
|December 5||Late 8-week and full semester course grading opens|
||Summer 2017 Class Schedule viewable online (subject to change)|
||Late 8-week and full semester course grading closes at 5 p.m.|
|December 23||Fall grades post to student transcript|
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is currently recruiting for the following positions:
Wildlife Technician, Senior: We are seeking a Senior Wildlife Technician for our Tex Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) near Ririe, Idaho. Successful candidates will assist the Regional Wildlife Habitat Biologist implement wildlife habitat programs on the Tex Creek WMA. Responsibilities include: providing supervision to seasonal staff; planning and directing noxious weed control; assisting with habitat restoration, tree and shrub planting, and maintenance of food plots; working directly with private land owners and sportsman; using and maintaining tractors, ATVs, boats, power augers, and chainsaws; conducting plant and animal surveys; collecting data and managing electronic databases; assisting with report writing. The announcement may be accessed here. The announcement’s closing date is Wednesday, November 16, 2016.
Foundation Development Coordinator – Fish and Game: This position is responsible for planning, developing, implementing and coordinating a comprehensive development program to promote foundation, corporate, public and private funding for fish and wildlife programs in Idaho. The successful incumbent will facilitate, lead and operate the Idaho Fish and Wildlife Foundation. The opening is located at our Headquarters in Boise, Idaho. The announcement may be accessed here. The announcement’s closing date is Monday, November 21, 2016.
Applications will only be accepted through the website. EEO/Vets Preference.
These are open continuous announcements for the BLM fire program within Idaho. Vacancies Open: 11/01/16 - Close: 04/28/17
Range Technician (Fire)
Senior Wildland Firefighter (Engine)
(ID-DEU-2017-0001) US Citizens
(ID-Merit-2017-0003) Federal Employees or Special Hiring Authorities
Lead Range Technician (Fire)
Engine Crew Leader
(ID-DEU-2017-0002) US Citizens
(ID-Merit-2017-0004) Federal Employees or Special Hiring Authorities
Supervisory Range Technician (Fire)
(ID-DEU-2017-0003) US Citizens
(ID-Merit-2017-0005) Federal Employees or Special Hiring Authorities
Our pay period ends Saturday, November 19. Please be sure to submit your time by Monday, November 21 at noon. This gives your approver time to approve your time card and fix any problems by Tuesday, November 22 when time cards are due to Payroll.
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