Assistant Professor of Archaeology, marine archaeology:
The position will be appointed to a probationary tenure-track position in the Department of Marine Science and will be expected to develop a vigorous research program in the region that actively engages students, the community, and existing areas of expertise in the sciences and humanities.
The successful candidates will be expected to develop course offerings in basic and marine archeology and related specialty areas as well as contribute to the overall general education, and potentially marine science undergraduate, and coastal marine and wetland studies graduate course offerings. Preference will be given to candidates that can strongly engage existing departmental and college strengths and resources in collaborative integrated research initiatives.
The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in archeology or related field, demonstrated accomplishment in field-based research and effective teaching is required. Teaching assignments may include evening/weekend courses and courses taught at off-campus sites.
Part time temporary Nautical Archaeologist, PBS&J:
Graduate degree or at least 2 years of Graduate level course work with a specialization in nautical archaeology; open water diving certification from an industry- recognized training organization. Additional certification specific to scientific diving will be beneficial.
1) Hydrographic Surveyor, ncd
2) Park Ranger, USS Arizona Memorial, closes April 7
3) Park Ranger, USS Arizona Memorial, closes April 7
4) Historical Society Intern
An internship for an undergraduate or graduate student studying history, museum studies, or library science, is available with the New London County Historical Society, the oldest historical organization in eastern Connecticut. Our headquarters are located in downtown New London in the Shaw Mansion, built in 1756, which served as the Naval War Office for Connecticut during the American Revolution. Our collection is rich with extensive maritime connections to colonial-era trade and 19th-century whaling. The intern will have a diverse experience working with our small professional staff: historical interpretation, collections management, marketing, website content and exhibit development all areas to be included. The time commitment would be approximately 20 hours per week, Wednesday through Saturday, beginning in June. A stipend will be paid at the close of the internship. Please send letter of inquiry and resume by mail or email to: Edward Baker, Executive Director, New London County Historical Society, 11 Blinman Street, New London, CT 06320, email@example.com.
The Edward S. Miller Research Fellowship in Naval History. The Naval War College Foundation intends to award one grant of $1,000 to the researcher with the greatest need and can make the optimum use of the research materials for naval history located in the Naval War College’s Archives, Naval Historical Collection, Naval War College Museum, and Henry E. Eccles Library. Further information on the manuscript and archival collections and copies of the registers for specific collections are available on request from the Head, Naval Historical Collection. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The recipient will be a Research Fellow in the Naval War College’s Maritime History Department, which will provide administrative support during the research visit. Submit detailed research proposal that includes a full statement of financial need and comprehensive research plan for optimal use of Naval War College materials, curriculum vitae, at least two letters of recommendation, and relevant background information to Miller Naval History Fellowship Committee, Naval War College Foundation, 686 Cushing Road, Newport RI 02841-1207, by 1 August 2009. For further information, contact the chair of the selection committee at email@example.com Employees of the U.S. Naval War College or any agency of the U.S. Department of Defense are not eligible for consideration; EEO/AA regulations apply.