PhD and MSc Student Assistantships at Cornell University
Three PhD and MSc research assistantships in Great Lakes ecology are available in the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University and the Cornell Biological Field Station (CBFS) at Shackelton Point with starting dates as early as Spring 2013. The topics include dynamics of the deep chlorophyll layer, comparative ecology of mysid shrimps, and restoration of cisco in Lake Ontario. We like to see applications to the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, by January 15th, 2013. Please contact Dr. Lars Rudstam (email@example.com) for more information. Accepted students will be part of a bi-national collaboration among federal, state/provincial and academic institutions in both the U.S. and Canada.