M.S. in Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development (Georgia, USA) ~ Bioblogia.net

1 de mayo de 2016

M.S. in Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development (Georgia, USA)

We are seeking MS students (at least 2 positions) to join the vibrant team of freshwater ecologists at the University of Georgia in the fall of 2017.

The selected candidates will pursue studies in urban freshwater ecology in Georgia. The work will broadly focus on understanding interactions between water infrastructure and community and ecosystem ecology in the Oconee River Watershed. The selected candidates will work actively with
local stakeholders to prioritize research activities and to select research sites. Applicants must meet the entrance requirements for the Odum School (http://www.ecology.uga.edu/degreeList.php).

Additional required qualifications:
AB, BA, or BS in biology, environmental science or related field
Evidence of experience completing successful independent research
Desire to work within interdisciplinary teams
Desired qualifications:
Experience conducting research in freshwater systems, especially with
water chemistry and/or aquatic organisms
Experience working with non-governmental organizations to address
environmental problems

Review the Capps, Rosemond, and Wenger websites to learn more about the
on-going research in our labs. Please contact Dr. Krista Capps
(kcapps@uga.edu) with questions. If you are interested the positions,
please send Krista (1) a two paragraph description of your research
interests and relevant work/educational experience, (2) curriculum vitae
or resume, (3) university transcripts, and (4) GRE (and TOEFL if
applicable) scores (unofficial copies are acceptable).

Drs. Capps, Rosemond, and Wenger will be in Sacramento for the annual
Society for Freshwater Science meeting and are happy to discuss research
opportunities in freshwater ecology at UGA.

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