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Call for Submissions, Sustainability in Libraries (Remote)

Sustainability in Libraries, edited by Rebekkah Smith Aldrich, Monika Antonelli, Adrian K. Ho, and René Tanner will be published by ALA Editions. The bookwill offer insights into the important developments on how librarians provide leadership and how libraries serve as models for sustainable practices.

The editors are seeking articles from a variety of perspectives on topics related to sustainability—including crisis preparation, response, and recovery—within the library profession. 

Chapter Summary Proposal deadline:  June 15, 2020

Notification by editors of proposal acceptance: July 15, 2020

Chapter Outlines deadline:  August 17, 2020

First Manuscript Drafts deadline: October 1, 2020

Learn more and submit here.

Farm & Sea to Campus Steering Committee, Farm to Institution New England (Various Locations)

Are you interested in getting more local food into New England colleges, universities, and independent K-12 schools? Do you have a passion for creating a stronger, more resilient, and just food system? We are looking for up to six individuals who represent the diversity of New England campus communities.  

We welcome participation from people throughout the farm to campus food system including workers from food service, food processing, and farms; farmers and fishermen; distributors and processors; dining directors/managers and chefs; non-profit advocates or service providers; educators/faculty; campus farm and garden managers; researchers/analysts; campus administrators; policymakers; community and economic development and/or finance representatives. 

Applications are due by Monday, June 8, 2020

Learn more and apply here.

Data Analyst Summer Intern, Tufts Institute of the Environment (Remote)

This is a summer intern position running from June 1st to September 1st for which preference is given to current Tufts undergraduate students, particularly students with environmental interests and some background in GIS. The position is part-time, remote, and paid a stipend of $1500. It is an opportunity to work on a research project with supervision from a team of Friedman doctoral students and a faculty member.

If you are considering this position or interested to learn more information, please contact all students and mentors (,,, and in one email with the subject heading TIE Research – IRES Data Intern.

More information on the project can be found in the attached image.

Director, Boston University Sustainable Research Institute, (Boston, MA)

Boston University is embarking on a bold initiative that focuses on the science, social science, communications, business/economic/financial, and policy dimensions of this complex, interwoven set of challenges. They are now seeking to create an overarching structure which will build on the success of the BU Institute for Sustainable Energy, as well as the work of many other departments, projects, and existing programs at Boston University. 

The Director who reports to the Vice President and Associate Provost for Research, reflecting the function of the Institute as a university-wide research center, takes primary responsibility for the strategic direction of the Institute and for all of its executive decisions.

Learn more and apply here.

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