Teaching scholarships Our vision is for every secondary school to have outstanding Computing teachers. We want to ensure students have an intellectually rigorous, inspiring and excellent Computing education that equips them for progression into further education and a professional career. Developing Teaching Excellence in Computing To support these aims we have partnered with the Department for Education to launch a new teaching scholarship aimed at creating the next generation of Computing teachers for our secondary schools.
Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation - Vienna University of Technology: Job opportunity for PhD-student, TU Wien The Remote Sensing Research Group at the Department of Geodesy of the Vienna University of Technology invites applications for a PhD-student in Earth Observation of Water and Vegetation The candidate will work within the EO-WAVE project ( which aims at improving our understanding of the role of soil moisture in driving global vegetation and carbon cycle dynamics. How to find a postdoctoral position? There are several ways to find a postdoc position of your interest. It is better to try all possibilities. Here are some tips to search postdoc positions of your specialty. Postdoctoral opportunities through open adverts This is a general approach to find a postdoc position.
STEM Graduates IQ Analytics are dedicated to connecting Graduates with unique skills and experience to exciting career opportunities (we want YOU and we want to give you the BEST). If you are a STEM Graduate or are thinking about your career journey after University, you have come to the right place! To make things easier for you, we have provided information about the relevant steps to take after University. We understand that each case is unique and some people may be further along the recruitment process than others, so here is a ‘pick and mix’ list for you to dip in and out of as you like: (This is pretty good - even if we do say so ourselves.
Home - One Stop Shopping Initiative… - NASA OEID LaunchPad NASA OSSI Online Career Week The NASA OSSI Online Career Week will connect you with NASA, STEM employers and top graduate programs nationwide. Engage with representatives from all 10 NASA centers to learn about internship, scholarship, and fellowship opportunities available at NASA. Interact with recruiters from top STEM employers, and explore internship and job opportunities in the private sector. Learn about highly ranked STEM graduate programs and network with admissions officers from the comfort of your home, dorm, smartphone or tablet.
Finding a Postdoc Position Guidelines for How to Find a Postdoc Position Are you interested in finding a postdoctoral position? Dr. STEM Graduates Women in STEM Promoting opportunities, employers and events to female students and graduates Background It is widely acknowledged that STEM careers are male dominated.
Whiting School of Engineering Jump to: About Education Ph.D. 2011, University of Illinois M.S. 2007, University of Illinois B.A. 2003, University of Western Australia Other Bachelor's Degree (B.Eng.) 2003, University of Western Australia Research Areas The Harvard Guide to Postdoctoral Fellowships The GSAS Postdoctoral Fellowships is a searchable database available to GSAS students. One important step after consulting the fellowship summaries in this guide is to get further details on individual fellowship programs by going to the fellowship website. After consulting the appropriate sources, you should compile a list of possible fellowships for which you can apply.
Student Work Experience Placements Abroad - IAESTE In an increasingly competitive job market, much has been said about the need to gain relevant work experience before graduation. IAESTE not only provides traineeship experience but also the valuable experience of working abroad. Work experience gained abroad enhances your independence and flexibility, communication and foreign language skills, and contributes to your personal and academic development.
Hydrological modelling and data assimilation - Snow Model ... - Emprego Internacional University of Saskatchewan - Saskatoon, SK (Canadá) The Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) at the University of Saskatchewan (UofS) is leading Canada's Changing Cold Regions Network (CCRN). CCRN aims to understand, diagnose and predict interactions amongst the cryospheric, ecological, hydrological and climate components of the changing Earth system at multiple scales. With a focus on Western Canada's rapidly changing cold interior, this major initiative links 8 Canadian universities, 4 government agencies and 15 international academic collaborators. CCRN is investigating a set of critical cold region environments, including the Western Cordillera, Western Boreal Forest, Lowland Permafrost and Prairies, and their integrated response at the scales of the Saskatchewan and Mackenzie river basins and the regional climate system.
Nanotech's role in feeding the planet At the table Alok Jha, (Chair), science and environment correspondent, the GuardianKathy Groves, food microscopist, Leatherhead Food ResearchTerry Jones, director of communications, Food and Drink Federation Ian Illuminato, Friends of the Earth The challenge is clear: globally, we will need to feed two billion extra people by 2050. As politicians, industry and scientists turn their attention to the problem of world food security, many believe we will need to use every available tool to tackle this impending crisis. One such tool could be nanotechnology, the applications of which could potentially help us to produce more food, using less water and fertiliser, and with less of an impact on the environment.
Dresden International PhD Program: Requirements Content: A truly excellent academic performance and prior research experience is expected. Distinctive proficiency in textbook knowledge of the relevant scientific disciplines is essential. Applicants must hold, or anticipate receiving before taking up PhD thesis work, an undergraduate degree in one of the following disciplines: Life sciencesNatural sciencesEngineeringComputer SciencePhysicsApplied mathematicsMedicine Maths, Physics and Chemistry in Oceanography There is a wide range of opportunities open to those who study mathematics, physics and chemistry. Choosing one of these three subjects, taken to degree or postgraduate level, will offer the prospects of careers ranging from academia to zymurgy (the branch of chemistry concerned with fermentation processes in brewing!). In oceanography, the majority of jobs currently available are filled by people from mathematics, physics or chemistry backgrounds, sometimes as joint honours degrees with oceanography. There are also opportunities for graduates in biology, marine biology, biochemistry, zoology, geology and geophysics, but these subjects are discussed elsewhere on the website.