Graduate Assistantships in Community Ecology / Grassland Biodiversity at the University of Kansas (Master's. or Ph.D.) ~ Bioblogia.net

20 de noviembre de 2007

Graduate Assistantships in Community Ecology / Grassland Biodiversity at the University of Kansas (Master's. or Ph.D.)

Research assistantships are available in the lab of Bryan Foster, Department
of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas, Lawrence.
Motivated students are sought to conduct research in the context of a new
NSF project investigating local and regional determinants of grassland
community assembly and ecosystem functioning. Students will be involved as
collaborators on the project, but will also develop independent avenues of
research in plant community or restoration ecology.



Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in Biology or related field.
Prior research experience as an undergraduate or master's student is
preferred.



To learn more about our research, please visit this website:
http://www2.ku.edu/~eeb/faculty/foster.shtml.



To inquire further about graduate assistantships, please contact Bryan L.
Foster, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of
Kansas, Lawrence Kansas, 785-864-4361, bfoster@ku.edu

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