Apply by Oct. 1: With guidance from the Director of Florida Sea Grant, and in consultation with NOAA, FDEP, and other project partners, the position will facilitate exchange of information between 10 established research teams focused on particular aspects of
Wilmington, NC, the location for our upcoming meeting, has been greatly impacted by Hurricane Florence. We will be assessing meeting plans as soon as possible so stayed tuned for updates. If you are looking for ways to help in the
Registration and abstract submission is now open for our 2018 Fall Meeting to be held at the Center for Marine Science at the University of North Carolina – Wilmington on November 1-3, 2018. Dr. Devon Eulie, Assistant Professor of Natural
As we begin our preparations for the Fall meeting in Wilmington, our thoughts are with those who are also preparing for Hurricane Florence. Our livelihoods and location make our community particularly vulnerable to these storms. To all who will be
The Baldwin Group, Inc., (TBG) on contract to NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management, is seeking a management liaison (also called a technical program officer) to support the implementation of two NOAA programs in Puerto Rico: the Coral Reef Conservation Program
The South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium (Consortium), in partnership with the College of Charleston’s School of Science and Mathematics (SSM), is seeking a Coastal Resilience Program Specialist to provide the technical expertise necessary to expand our capabilities, broaden our reach,
The Castorani Lab at the University of Virginia is recruiting two PhD students to study (1) the biodiversity and community ecology of coastal marine ecosystems and (2) the spatial ecology and dynamics of coastal habitats using drone- and satellite-based remote sensing, respectively.
This Research Technician II position is based at the UGA Marine Institute on Sapelo Island, GA. The selected individual will serve as a field technician for the Georgia Coastal Ecosystems Long Term Ecological Research Program and will work with other
Two hotel blocks have been reserved at special rates for the 2018 Fall meeting. See the Next Meeting page for details and reserve by October 2018.
We are in the process of transferring this website between hosting companies. Login using your Wild Apricot credentials to view the Job Listings may not work for a few days. We are aware of the problem and will fix it
SEERS welcomed two new board members at the 2018 Spring meeting. Enrique Reyes joined as President-Elect and Frank Lopez joined as Member at Large. Jessica Reichmuth stayed on to serve a second term as Program Chair. Welcome to the new
The Student Networking Event and Breakfast will be held at 7:45 am Friday in the Solarium on the top floor of Ponce Hall, Flagler College.
The field trip for our 2018 Spring Meeting will be a Guided Trail Hike at the GTM Research Reserve on Saturday afternoon. There will be a sign-up sheet at the meeting on Friday. Visitors can learn about the cultural history
Registration is closed for the 2018 Spring meeting and the schedule of events has been posted. We hope to see you there!
Registration and abstract submission is now open for our 2018 Spring Meeting to be held at Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL on March 8 – 10, 2018. Dr. Jessica Veenstra, Associate Professor of Natural Sciences, has been serving as
Your SEERS Board is pleased to announce the opening of our new Member Services site at https://seers.wildapricot.org/. At this time, we ask current members to login, update your member profile, and make sure your dues are current. New members may
Happy New Year, SEERS members, SEERS (and other CERF affiliate societies) are moving to a new web-based system for member services (e.g., membership renewal and meeting registration). Your Board is currently working to merge the SEERS member database into Wild