Graduate Assistant – Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin Stevens Point
Stevens Point, WI
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Graduate Assistantships
15,000 per year with resident tuition
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Ecological and soil response to thinning level and fire frequency in a mixed Red Pine ecosystem. This project is part of an interdisciplinary investigation into the ecological effects of thinning and fire frequency on mixed red pine ecosystems in north central Wisconsin. Emphasis for this assistantship will be on determining the effects of thinning and fire frequency on ecological and soil properties (nutrient cycling and physical, chemical, and biological properties). This project will start in January and last two years. Student responsibilities will involve field data and sample collection and laboratory analysis of soil samples along with data interpretation, statistical analysis, and preparation of manuscripts.
Bachelor’s degree in soil science, forestry, or environmental science (or related field)with a focus on or experience with soils, ability to plan and carry out field measurements, experience with a variety of laboratory techniques, proficiency with writing and use of Microsoft office applications, and demonstrated ability to keep accurate records. Some coursework in biostatistics is of benefit. Application due October 20th (applications will be reviewed until the position is filled). • Cover letter • Resume/CV • Transcript (unofficial is ok) • GRE Scores • Two recommendation letters • List of references Please submit materials via email for review to Dr. Jacob Prater prior to application to the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point graduate school or the College of Natural Resources. Following favorable review applicants must apply through UWSP Graduate School and through the College of Natural Resources:
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Jacob Prater
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