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To: GCRC listserv subscribers
Subject line: April announcements

We have several announcements to make (details below).


1. A water resources symposium will be held next Monday in Atlanta.
2. SC DNR is seeking to fill a vacancy.
3. EPA is requesting applications for its Pollution Prevention Grants Program.
4. The GCRC website is being redesigned.

1. The Carl E. Kindsvater Symposium, Water Resources: Planning for Georgia’s Future, will be held April 24, from 1:30-8:30 pm at the Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center in Atlanta. The symposium objective is “to review past efforts in improving quantity and quality of Georgia’s water resources and contribute to the planning process required to meet future demands on a finite resource.” Complete information (including registration) can be found at http://www.ascega.org/Main_Includes/ETG% 20Newsletter/flyer-Kindsvater.pdf
OR, Contact Kathy Belcher, kathy.belcher@gaengineers.org tel: (404)521-2324
[We thank Kathy Hatcher for providing the information on this symposium.]

2. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is looking for a Wildlife Biologist (III) to participate in field and laboratory studies, data analysis and data synthesis/grant and report writing in the Shellfish Research Section at the Marine Resources Research Institute (Charleston). Preference will be given to candidates with a Ph.D. or M.S. degree, but candidates with a B.S. with four years of experience and strong data management backgrounds and experience will also be considered. Applicants should be available to start in June 2006, but employment is available immediately (starting salary of approx. $36,000 and state benefits). For position details and application procedures, consult the South Carolina listings WEB # T000004208 or DNR-20060050
(http://www.state.sc.us/jobs/positions/T000004208.html), or contact Dr. Loren D. Coen, Senior Marine Scientist and Manager, Shellfish Research Section, Marine Resources Research Institute, 217 Fort Johnson Rd., Charleston, SC 29412, (843) 953-9152 (Office), (843) 953-9820 (fax) or via e- mail at coenl@dnr.sc.gov
[We thank Denise Sanger for this information.]

3. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced a request for proposals to the Pollution Prevention (P2) Grants Program. The deadline is May 3, 2006. “The grant program provides matching funds to state and tribal programs to support P2 activities across all environmental media and to develop state programs. EPA believes state-based environmental programs have the best opportunity to promote P2 because states have closer, more direct contact with industry and are more aware of local needs. The purpose of the P2 grant program is to give state programs the capability to assist businesses and industries in identifying better environmental strategies and solutions for complying with federal and state environmental regulations. It also aims to improve business competitiveness without increasing environmental impacts. The majority of P2 grants fund state- based projects for technical January 13, 2008ion, data collection, research, demonstration projects, and recognition programs.” (text from US EPA website). Cost sharing or match is required, awards are up to three years duration, and funding is limited to $150,000 per project. For more information, see: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/p2home/grants/ppis/ppis.htm (solicitation # EPA-OPPT-06-002).

4. We thank you in advance for your patience as the GCRC website undergoes a complete re-structuring. We will be using new software and will be adding some new tools to the site. In the near future, we’ll ask you to send updates and corrections to your material on the current site so that the content will also be up to date.

 

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