PhD Graduate Assistant: Illinois

Agency
Cooperative Wildlife Research Lab, Southern Illinois University
Location
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Job Category
Graduate Assistantships
Salary
1,675 plus benefits
Start Date
07/01/2022
Last Date to Apply
11/20/2021
Website
http://eichholz.wix.com/avian-ecology-lab
Description
The Cooperative Wildlife Research Laboratory, Southern Illinois University Carbondale is inviting applications for a PhD level Graduate Research Assistantship beginning 1 July 2022. Assistantships are on a 12-month basis; they pay $1,675/month and include a full tuition and fee waiver and support for research activities. One student is needed to assist in a project addressing both applied and theoretical questions regarding the influence of grassland vegetation management and community structure on variation in wildlife interactions and community assemblages (quail, passerine, mammal, snake, and invertebrate) on Burning Star 5 State Wildlife Area in southern Illinois. Graduate studies will lead to a PhD degree in Zoology or Ecology at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Qualifications
Competitive GPA and GRE scores are required. Competitive candidates will have completed a Bachelor’s and M.S. degree in Wildlife Ecology, Zoology, or a related field; however, exceptional candidates with a Bachelor of Science only will be considered. Demonstrated experience identifying grassland nesting birds and the ability to conduct rigorous fieldwork under extreme conditions is required. Previous experience or a desire to continue a career in avian ecology is desirable, but not essential. Applicants should provide a letter of interest that includes a brief biological sketch and career goals, a resume, GRE scores, and GPA. We will begin reviewing applications on 20 November and continue until the position is filled. Application packets will be provided to candidates selected for further consideration. E-mail materials to:
Contact Person
Mike Eichholz
Contact Phone
6184536951
Contact eMail
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