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Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistantship, Medium and Large Mammal Community Ecology: TEXAS
Texas A&M University- Kingsville
Last Date to Apply
Position Title: Ph.D. Graduate Assistantship: Medium and large-size mammal community structure, assemblage, and habitat occupancy across a South Texas landscape mosaic.
We are seeking a highly motivated doctoral student to study the effects of invasive vegetation on mammal communities in South Texas while pursuing a Ph.D. degree in wildlife science. The student will be expected to conduct fieldwork at the field site (Welder Wildlife Refuge) in rural south Texas and live on site during field seasons. Fieldwork will primarily involve camera trapping, as well as vegetation surveys. The student will be expected to begin the graduate program at TAMUK in August 2021 with an expected graduation date of Spring 2025. The student will be co-advised by Dr. Scott Henke (TAMUK/CKWRI) and Dr. Cord Eversole (Texas A&M International University).
Texas A&M University- Kingsville, Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute
Location: Kingsville, Texas
Salary: $2,000 per month stipend
Start Date: 08/01/2021
Last Date to Apply: 02/01/2021
A strong work ethic, excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to work both independently and as a productive member of a research team, and the ability and willingness to work under adverse field conditions (extreme heat and humidity, ticks, mosquitoes, snakes, etc.) are essential.
B.S. & M.S. in wildlife ecology, wildlife management, ecology, zoology, or related discipline by May 2021.
Must have demonstrated experience (e.g., preferably in the form of scientific publications/technical reports) with camera trapping, occupancy modeling, and R/statistical programming.
Experience with writing and publishing scientific manuscripts
Independent and self disciplined
Experience conducting fieldwork
Strong interest in writing and publishing scientific manuscripts
Minimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA, 3.5 graduate GPA, and competitive GRE scores
Ability to maintain minimum 3.0 graduate GPA
Preferred qualifications (In addition to required qualifications):
Experience conducting fieldwork independently in remote or rural areas
Experience working along or near the US-Mexico border
Experience conducting vegetation surveys
Experience with systems dynamics or spatial modeling
Please send cover letter, CV/resume, undergraduate and graduate transcripts, GRE scores, and three references by February 28, 2021 via email to Dr. Cord Eversole (email@example.com) and Dr. Scott Henke (firstname.lastname@example.org).