Job: Graduate Assistantships
|Agency, Location||KS Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Rsch Unit|
|Salary||$21,000 plus tuition|
|End Date||Until filled|
Graduate assistantships (Ph.D., M.S.) are available to examine patterns, drivers, and consequences of fish distribution and movement in a variety of aquatic ecosystems
Both projects seek to quantify complex patterns of fish movements and relate these patterns to natural, anthropogenic, and climate drivers.
For fall semester, 2014 (and a preferable start date of August 1, 2014).
Applicants should have degrees (B.S. or M.S) in aquatic-fish ecology or a related field.
Send a CV, cover letter (interests, experience), and names and contact information of three references to Dr. Martha E. Mather, at below email before July 1, 2014.
Application Procedure link below