PHD ASSISTANTSHIP in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. ~

22 de septiembre de 2004

PHD ASSISTANTSHIP in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.

This assistantship is for a PhD student to conduct research on the ecology,
reproduction and population biology of long-legged wading birds in the
Florida Everglades. Full salary, tuition, field housing, and research
funds are provided for four years beginning Jan 2005, with good
prospects for continued funding. The candidate will be expected to
develop a research project within broadly established project
guidelines, and to work part time as a team member surveying waterbird
populations in the Everglades. There is the opportunity for research to
build on databases of >18 years duration and collaboration with a
variety of existing projects. Applicants must have combined
verbal/quantitative GRE scores of 1200 or greater, undergraduate GPA >
3.2, demonstrated writing and publishing skills, and a genuine interest
in wetland or avian ecology. Successful applicants will have good
references and a sense of humor. Please send (via email only) a CV,
unofficial GRE transcripts, letter of application, examples of writing
skills, and contact information for three references to DR. PETER
FREDERICK, (EM:, see website at Applications will be reviewed as
they are received until a suitable candidate is found but must be
submitted no later than 15 Nov 2004. Questions by qualified candidates
may be directed to Dr. Frederick at (352) 846-0565.

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