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Early Career Ecologists partner with PLOS Ecology for ESA

We are making two announcements below that include PLOS: 1) refreshments for our special session on early career challenges will be provided by PLOS. So please come help us enjoy them! 2) PLOS is starting a new forum for blogging about ecology, and they want early career contributors!

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Interdisciplinary Research in Ecology [announcement]

This is a guest announcement from Dennis Tarasi, a PhD Candidate in the Peet Lab at UNC-Chapel Hill* What is interdisciplinary research? What is the future of interdisciplinary research in ecology? Interdisciplinary research is one of the most commonly used catchphrases in the field of ecology and broader science in general. This term has been used (and misused) so much…

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Check out our ESA Centennial events!

The Early Career Ecologist Section has been busy proposing, organizing, and collaborating to offer many events and resources in the near future. See our page for ESA 2015 for more details on these and other events!

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Announcing an informal networking event for ESA 2015!

Cheers! A Networking Event Sponsored by the Early Career Ecologist Section Rolling Event, to take place throughout the meeting. Ticket sales Mon-Thurs, Redemption at the evening poster sessions Mon-Thurs held in the Baltimore Convention Center exhibit hall.

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Introducing the Early Career Ecologist Section

What we will do: Advocate for early career ecologist concerns, organize workshops and symposia, award travel grants, etc. How to be involved: Join the section when you renew your ESA membership! Follow us on Twitter @esa_earlycareer Email us: earlycareer@nullesa.org 

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Invasive Plant Ecology Field Technician in St. Louis, Missouri

Job Description: We are hiring a field technician for our experimental research on the population dynamics of invasive plant species based out of the Washington University Department of Biology and Tyson Research Center. Our research strives to understand why some plant species are noxious invaders while others are benign members of the community. We examine the interactive roles of plant…

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