The Rober Lab in the Department of Biology at Ball State University has an opening for a MS level Graduate Assistant to study aquatic microbial ecology. Ideally, the successful applicant will have a background in microbial ecology and a willingness to work in both field and laboratory settings. The assistantship will allow the qualified candidate the opportunity to work on cutting edge research on microbial responses to climate change in wetlands of boreal Alaska.
If you are interested in pursuing graduate studies in this area of research, please send your CV, name and contact information of three references, and a cover letter (1 -page or less) summarizing your qualifications and research interests to Dr. Allison Rober at email@example.com. Application requirements for the graduate program can be found at http://www.bsu.edu/biology/. Preferred start date is August 2022. Application review is currently underway and will continue until candidates are selected.
Ideally, the successful applicant will have a background in microbial ecology and a willingness to work in both field and laboratory settings.