A scholarship and research support is available to conduct master’s level research on the invasion ecology of Johnsongrass in native prairie. This research will be part of a large-scale, long-term ecological experiment that examines the efficacy of native prairie species for biofuel production under a range of cultivation practices. The position is funded through a cooperative agreement between Texas State University and the US Department of Agriculture. The preferred starting date is Fall 2018 (late August).
Graduates with an interest and education in plant ecology or related subjects are encouraged to apply. Please contact Dr. Susan Schwinning
(email@example.com) at your earliest convenience for more information about the position and the project. Other relevant information can be found
on the following websites:
Graduated with a degree in biology or environmental science
Upper level course work or practical experience in any field plant science
To apply send a letter of interest, a CV and informal transcripts by email to Susan Schwinning - firstname.lastname@example.org