UBC – Faculty of Land and Food Systems announces The Oral Examination for the Degree of PhD in SOIL
Sean Patrick KEARNEY
“Integrating field and remote sensing approaches to evaluate ecosystem services from agriculture in smallholder landscapes”
Tuesday, June 13, 2017, 12:30 pm
Room 207, Anthropology and Sociology Building
6303 Northwest Marine Drive
Latecomers will not be admitted
Prof Maged Senbel (Planning)
Prof Sean Smukler, Research Supervisor (Soil Science)
Prof Kai Chan (Resources, Environment and Sustainability)
Prof Sarah Gergel (Forestry)
Prof Jeanine Rhemtulla (Forestry)
Everyone is welcome!
Attached is an announcement (in French) for a tenure track assistant professor position in Pedology, Genesis and soil classification at Laval University in Quebec (Department of soils and agrifood engineering). We’d appreciate it if you would post this position announcement on your career web site or distribute to those who may be interested.
PUBLICITÉ DU POSTE- Pédologie genèse et classification des sols
for Antoine Karam
|Prof. Dr. Antoine Karam
Directeur du Département des sols et de génie agroalimentaire
Directeur des programmes de maîtrise et de doctorat en sols et environnement
FSAA, Pavillon Paul-Comtois
2425, rue de l’Agriculture
Université Laval Québec (Québec)
G1V 0A6 CANADA
Prof. Santa Ono to Present at Next Community Meeting, June 5th
We are delighted to welcome Prof. Santa Ono to our next Community Meeting on Monday, June 5th. Prof. Ono will be discussing UBC’s strategic plan and answering questions. There will be an open mic or you can send your questions for Prof. Ono in advance to email@example.com by May 31st.
Monday, June 5th, 2017
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Waitlist registration is now open for the Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) July 9, 10, 16 and July 17, 18 20 2017. The ISW is an internationally recognized program and students receive transcript notation for their participation. In addition, graduate students in STEM departments are eligible to become CIRTL associates upon completion of the workshop. The ISW is a 3-day intensive workshop that develops participant’s teaching skills and confidence. It is appropriate for first time teachers or those with years of experience. Join the thousands of students who have taken this workshop.
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I am currently recruiting a post-doctoral research associate to facilitate our nutrition project for Starch Chemistry and Health Program in Bi-State School of Food Science, a joint program of the University of Idaho and Washington State University.
A student with biochemistry, enzymology, and molecular biology training is preferred.
The position is opening now. Please see the attached flyer for full descriptions and information on how to apply. Please kindly share with your colleagues. Thanks a lot for your help. ‘
All the best,
(Amy) Hui-Mei Lin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor | Bi-State School of Food Science |University of Idaho & Washington State University
Agricultural Science Bldg 118 | University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Dr. MS2312 | Moscow, ID 83844-2312