The Annis Water Resources Institute (AWRI) at Grand Valley State University (GVSU) has Graduate Research Assistantships available to full-time students interested in pursuing a Master of Science degree in Biology with an emphasis in aquatic sciences. Graduate assistantships include a generous 12-month stipend that is eligible for annual renewal.
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The American Fisheries Society is launching a Climate Ambassador Program to provide a specialized communication skills training program that focusses on climate change. Ambassadors will apply this training to inform and educate others about climate change and the impact on aquatic environments. Founded on the latest research on science communications, this in-depth, interactive training program will provide the tools for fisheries scientists to more effectively communicate with thought leaders, journalists, stakeholders, and lay audiences. We are seeking passionate and dedicated aquatic s
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The Schwalb Stream Ecology Lab is looking to fill the following positions.
Two NSF-funded PhD Assistantships to study beaver dam analogues impacts on floodplain hydrology: We are seeking two PhD students to start May or June 2021 for an NSF project focused on understanding the hydrologic impacts of beaver dam analogues in semi-arid landscapes using a combination of fieldwork (Wyoming), numerical mo