Job: MS Assistantship
|Agency, Location||OK Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit|
|Salary||Approximately $16,000 per year plus benefits for two years; tuition waiver|
This project will make use of existing fish-collection data and geospatial
data to examine distributional changes associated with native and non-native riverine species.
The student will also develop laboratory studies to examine tolerances to physicochemical
parameters as possible explanations for some of the distributional shifts.
i) A Bachelor degree in biology, ecology, fisheries, or related field, ii) GIS
skills, iii) strong communication skills
Please send your curriculum vitae (with 3 references), cover letter that described
your research interest and background, transcripts (unofficial are fine), GRE scores, and a
writing sample to: Dr. Shannon Brewer. Flexible start date but may begin as early as May
2014. See email below.