|Title||M.S. Graduate Assistantships|
|Agency, Location||Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit within the School of Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|Salary||$22,000 annually plus benefits (includes tuition remission)|
We seek two graduate students to understand social-ecological dynamics in urban systems. Our labs use recreational fisheries to understand spatial and temporal dynamics among angler populations and aquatic systems. We expect students to develop research questions that interest them and that will improve conservation efforts within these understudied systems.
Project would especially suit individuals with interests in human ecology, geographic information systems, modeling, and other subject areas within a social-ecological framework. Anticipated start date of January or May 2020.
Email a single document including a letter of interest, CV, unofficial transcripts and GRE scores, and contact information for three references to Dr. Mark Kaemingk ([email protected]) and Dr. Kevin Pope ([email protected]). Positions open until filled with initial screening on November 4, 2019.