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Friday, January 17, 2014

Geophysical Scholarship, Hobbit Hole changes, NEON Internship Program

I am the new Scholarship Coordinator for the Geophysical Society of Alaska.  I found your email address on the UAS website.  I understand that this probably isn’t in your job description, but I was hoping that you could forward the attached scholarship pdf to potentially interested Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students.  The scholarship is typically $1000-$2000.  The deadline is coming right up on January 31, 2014.


Information about the scholarship can also be found here:
I should note that the GSA is not affiliated with ConocoPhillips, rather it is an affiliate of SEG (Society of Exploration Geophysicists).
I appreciate your help helping me to spread the word.  If you cannot forward along this information, please let me know (perhaps with a suggestion of who would be better suited for this task).
Thank you,
Beth Moore
Sr. Geophysicist, Western North Slope
ConocoPhillips Alaska
Office: 1-907-263-4188
The Hobbit Hole at the mouth of Cross Sound has become the Inian Islands Institute, a non-profit field based institute.

NEON’s Undergraduate Internship Program is looking for enthusiastic, qualified undergraduate students interested in real-world summer work experience in ecology, engineering or computing at our facility in Boulder, CO. NEON is currently looking for interns in the following areas: terrestrial ecology, aquatic ecology, terrestrial ecology instrumentation, airborne observatory platform, engineering and computing. See our “How to Apply” page for specifics on this year’s projects.

Interns receive a competitive summer salary, housing and travel to and from Boulder. Our program is designed to promote student success through mentoring, leadership training and various networking activities. We encourage applications from students who are members of groups underrepresented in the sciences and engineering, and students who have limited internship opportunities at their home institutions. The application deadline is February 15, 2014, and the 11-week program will run from May 20-August 2, 2014. Dates may vary for students on the quarter system calendar.

For more information or to apply, visit

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