|Title||Graduate Research Assistant, Ph.D.|
|Agency, Location||Oklahoma Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit|
|Salary||20 K annually plus tuition remission|
The Ph.D. student will be responsible for developing a dissertation that provides extensive information on the distribution, habitat use, demographics, and invasion potential of crayfish populations, with an emphasis on the Ozark Highlands Ecoregion. The streams of the Ozark Highlands harbor >30 species of crayfish.
M.S. in fisheries science, ecology, or related field with experience publishing and demonstration of quantitative skills. Applicants should have >3.2 GPA and > 50% on GRE. Interested students should submit a CV with three references, and an example of previous works (manuscript) to the investigator.
Ad Closing Date: March 15, 2019 or until filled by qualified candidate (application review will begin in March but earlier correspondence with interested students is encouraged)