Employment & Assistantships

Science Communication & Residential Life Program Fellowship

The Darling Marine Center seeks a motivated and community focused person to write weekly news stories, lead tours, engage the local community, and create a positive and engaging residential student community on our campus located in Walpole, Maine  along the shores of the Damariscotta River.  The ideal candidate is someone who has a strong passion […]

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Postdoctoral Research Associate position in communication, team science and coastal resilience

The Postdoctoral Research Associate in Communication and Team Science will work with Dr. Bridie McGreavy and Dr. Heather Leslie to co-lead and contribute to communication-focused studies of team science, citizen science, and transdisciplinary collaborations. Primary responsibilities will include conducting engaged and mixed methods social science research and supporting the development of effective, equitable, and transdisciplinary […]

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Ph.D. Position in Communication and Team Science at the University of Maine

The Department of Communication and Journalism and the Darling Marine Center at the University of Maine are accepting applications for a Ph.D. assistantship to focus on communication, team science, and coastal resilience. The graduate assistant will join the Maine-eDNA Project (https://umaine.edu/edna/), a National Science Foundation-funded effort to advance a state-wide, multi-institutional initiative to support the […]

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Assistantships available working on the Maine-eDNA project: bacterial communities

PhD assistantships available starting Summer 2020 The University of Maine, Darling Marine Center, and Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences are recruiting 1-2 PhD students to conduct research on bacterial (and archaeal) communities in aquatic ecosystems as part of a larger NSF EPSCoR funded project focused on environmental DNA (Maine-eDNA). The unifying theme of Maine-eDNA is […]

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