M.S. ASSISTANTSHIP, AQUATIC ECOLOGY, BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
The Wyatt Lab in the Department of Biology at Ball State University has
an opening for a NSF funded MS Graduate Research Assistantship to study
aquatic ecology in Alaskan wetlands. Ideally, the successful applicant
will have a background in aquatic ecology and a willingness to work in
both field and laboratory settings. The multidisciplinary nature of this
project provides research opportunities for students with a broad range
of interests (algal ecology, microbial ecology, food webs, and
biogeochemistry). The field portion of the research will be conducted in
partnership with the Long-term Ecological Research Program at the
University of Alaska-Fairbanks and the position will require travel to
Alaska for summer research. Please see the lab website for more details:
If you are interested in this position please send your CV and a short
statement summarizing your qualifications and research interests to Dr.
requirements can be found at http://www.bsu.edu/biology/. Preferred
start date is January (spring semester) or May (summer semester) 2018.