|Title||M.S/Ph.D. Positions in Aquatic/Fisheries Ecology|
|Agency, Location||Aquatic Ecology Laboratory, Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology, The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH)|
|Salary||$2389/month, full tuition waiver, health benefits|
Dr. Stuart Ludsin (https://u.osu.edu/ludsinlab/) has openings for up to three M.S. or Ph.D. students to conduct research on the following topics: 1) ecology of western Lake Erie’s yellow perch population; 2) ecology of blue catfish and channel catfish in Ohio reservoirs; and 3) impacts of cyanobacteria blooms and hypoxia on Lake Erie’s food webs and fisheries.
Successful applicants will be creative, motivated, and capable of working effectively both independently and in collaborative groups. A Bachelor’s degree and (or) M.S. degree in biology, ecology, fisheries, general aquatic sciences, or a related field is required. Strong writing, quantitative, and people-management skills are essential.
Closing Date: open until filled.
Stuart Ludsin ([email protected]; put “Ludsin Graduate Positions” in subject line).