GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP
Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistantship/Teaching Assistantship in Fish Population Dynamics
Responsibilities: Assistantship will focus on the role of introduced blue catfish populations in tidal portions of Atlantic coast rivers. The most qualified applicant will have a strong quantitative background, strong interest in fish population dynamics and simulation modeling. Duties will include proposal writing, manage and analyze large data-sets, mentor undergraduate students, coordinate with other investigators, and prepare reports and presentations for scientific audiences.
Qualifications: Applicants must have an M.S. in Fisheries, Biology, or similar area for entrance in the program.
Salary: The assistantship covers tuition, a stipend of $23,000 per year, and student health benefits.
Please email a letter of interest, names and contact information of three references, unofficial transcripts, and CV to:
Dr.Donald Orth (email@example.com) and Dr. Yan Jiao (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Selected applicants will need to apply to the Virginia Tech Graduate School before acceptance.
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Start Date: Fall Semester 2014
End Date: 8/1 or until filled
M.S. Graduate Research Asst. in Fisheries Population Dynamics and Conservation
Responsibilities: Conduct population dynamics and stock assessment modeling in fisheries. Duties will also include preparing reports and presentations for scientific audiences, coordinating with other investigators, and submitting manuscripts based on his/her work to peer-reviewed journals.
Qualifications: Applicants must have a B.S. in fisheries, ecology, statistics, or related field. The most qualified applicant will have a strong quantitative background, and a strong interest in population dynamics. Knowledge of computing languages will be an asset for appropriate candidates.
Contact: Please email a letter of interest, CV, unofficial transcripts, GRE test scores, and the names of 3 faculty references to Dr. Yan Jiao at below email. Selected applicants will need to apply to the Virginia Tech Graduate School before acceptance.
Salary: The assistantship covers tuition and a competitive stipend ($20,000-$22,000) per year. Expected starting date: Fall Semester 2014.
End Date: 7/30 or until filled
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