|Title||Graduate Assistantship(s) – Fish Ecology and Management|
|Agency, Location||Wildlife & Fisheries Program, West Virginia University|
|Salary||Approximately $17,500 – $20,000. Full university tuition waiver. Automatic enrollment in University Health Plan.|
Assistantships available starting Fall 2019 or Spring 2020 at the M.S. or Ph.D. level. Students may teach introductory biology labs or labs in the Division of Forestry and Natural Resources. Thesis and dissertation research opportunities are available working with restoration of stream invertebrate communities, Brook Trout ecology, angler motivations, and catch-release mortality in sport fishes.
Ad Closing date: Until Filled
B.S. in fisheries or related field. Aptitude/motivation in fish ecology and management, stream restoration, or human dimensions. Strong work ethic, interpersonal skills, and desire to work in a research team setting interacting with managers and angling groups.
Dr. Kyle Hartman / [email protected]