Job: Graduate assistantship
|Agency, Location||Univ of WY, Dept of Zoology and Physiology|
|Salary||$21,600/yr plus tuition and benefits|
|End Date||Until filled|
Examine the effects of warming winter temperatures on native fishes in the Rocky Mountain region. Initial work will focus on disruption of spawning activity using lab experiments. Student will have the opportunity to explore other consequences of altered thermal regimes in both lab and field settings.
Doctoral student with a Master’s degree preferred but will consider outstanding Master’s students.
Please send cover letter with statement of research interests, CV, transcripts, GRE scores, and contact info for 3 references to Dr. Frank Rahel at below email. Student will be co-advised by Dr. Harold Bergman.