|Title||Graduate Research Assistant (M.Sc.): Social-Ecological Systems|
|Agency, Location||University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|Salary||$18,000 annually plus benefits (includes tuition remission)|
The successful candidate will explore spatiotemporal relationships between recreational anglers and fish populations within a social-ecological context across Nebraska reservoirs. Access to a long-term historical Nebraska standardized creel survey and fish population database, participation in collecting contemporary creel survey data, and development of online surveys will be required to address project objectives.
Individuals with broad interests within a social-ecological framework are encouraged to apply. Collaboration with agency, academic, and general public entities will be required. Applicants must hold a valid driver’s license and pass a university drivers background check.
Please email a single document including a brief letter of interest, CV, unofficial transcripts and GRE scores, and three references and their contact information to Dr. Mark Kaemingk (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Kevin Pope (email@example.com).