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2019 Residential Life Assistant (RLA) – Fall Semester By The Sea

The Darling Marine Center is seeking a motivated graduate student to lead the DMC dorm staff and act as a student ambassador during the fall Semester by the Sea program. This position is ideal for a graduate student in the writing phase of their degree or one who needs marine laboratory facilities for their research. […]

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2019 Residential Life Assistant (RLA) – Summer

The Darling Marine Center is seeking a motivated graduate student to lead the DMC dorm staff and act as a student ambassador. This position is ideal for a graduate student in the writing phase of their degree or one who needs marine laboratory facilities for their research. This position runs early May through late August […]

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Green Crab Fishery Development Summer Internship

Description: Manomet and the University of Southern Maine are seeking an undergraduate or recent graduate to assist in a green crab fishery development project at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center during the summer of 2019. The successful candidate will be involved in both field- and laboratory-based research exploring green crab population dynamics. Specifically, […]

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Science Communication Internship 2019

The Darling Marine Center is seeking a motivated undergraduate or graduate student from a Maine college or university to write weekly news stories, lead public tours, and contribute to community engagement efforts. The ideal candidate is a journalism major with passion for science writing or a marine science student with strong journalism and communication skills. […]

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2019 Shellfish Assessment Internship

The Town of Damariscotta and University of Maine Darling Marine Center are seeking an undergraduate intern to contribute to an interdisciplinary shellfish assessment project focused on the Damariscotta River and Sheepscot River Estuaries, in midcoast Maine. The successful candidate will work closely with Darling Center scientists, shellfish harvesters, and fisheries and town managers to conduct […]

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Undergraduate internship: Larval lobster survival in changing ecosystems

Description: The Wahle Lab is seeking an undergraduate or recent graduate to assist in marine science research projects this summer at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center (DMC). The internship will be supported by UMaine student research funds. The intern will primarily be involved in laboratory-based research projects exploring changes in larval lobster survival, […]

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Marine Ecology Internship

The Steneck lab is looking for a summer intern interested in lobster biology and marine ecology.  The successful candidate will assist in a study of the American lobster along the coast of Maine.  The project is multifaceted but may involve some mix of scuba diving (for certified scuba divers), small boat operations, data analyses and […]

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Microbial Ecology Summer Interns

Prof. Rich is seeking undergraduate summer interns to work on microbial ecology projects at the Darling Marine Center (DMC), on the mid-coast of Maine. The summer intern will be working on studies of the microbial nitrogen cycle in the marine environment at field sites near the DMC. The student will assist in field sampling (SCUBA […]

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SEANET Summer Internships at DMC

The University of Maine’s Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Network (SEANET) is seeking 3 interns to work as a team at the Darling Marine Center (DMC) on various projects related to marine foodweb ecology, coastal oceanography and interactions with aquaculture in Maine estuaries. Full-time internships are available for 3 months, starting May 16th through August 24th (start and end dates are […]

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SMS Faculty Search: Assistant Professor of Chemical Oceanography

Assistant Professor of Chemical Oceanography (id:51940) School of Marine Sciences University of Maine Apply via the UMaine Hiretouch website. Review of applications will begin January 14, 2019 The University of Maine invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the broad field of Chemical Oceanography, a nine-month (academic year) position with teaching and research responsibilities, […]

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