|Title||Ph.D. or M.S. Assistantships: Movement patterns and harvest dynamics of tailwater striped bass fishery|
|Agency, Location||Oklahoma State University|
|Salary||$18,000-$20,400 (depending on qualifications and degree sought) plus health insurance and full tuition waver.|
Project complexity will relate to degree sought. The overarching goal of the projects is to understand the relationships between seasonal distributions and sustainable harvest of a naturally-reproducing population of land-locked striped bass, with particular focus on harvest in tailwaters. Students will have flexibility in designing their project, but will need to be able to collaborate with state agency personnel and should have strong quantitative and writing skills. The student will be co-advised by Drs. Dan Shoup and Shannon Brewer.
B.S. degree in fisheries, biology, or related field; M.S. required for Ph.D. applicants; competitive GPA & GRE scores.
Ad Closing Date: Review of applicants will begin 2/28/2019 and will continue until filled.
Send 1) Cover letter, 2) Curriculum Vitae, 3) all college transcripts, 4) GRE scores, 5) a scientific writing sample (e.g., manuscript, term paper, lab report), and 6) contact information for 3 references to [email protected] and [email protected]
|Link||Additional details given at http://nrem.okstate.edu/shouplab/Prosp-studnts.php|