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Graduate Research Assistantship (M.S)- Stream Fish Ecology

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The Oklahoma Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit seeks highly motivated graduate students interested in stream fish ecology. Potential research topics include understanding factors limiting the  distribution of rare and endemic fishes, flow-ecology relationships, and stream community ecology. We potentially have two positions available dependent on funding. Learn more about the Freshwater  Community Ecology Lab and Oklahoma Cooperative Research Unit by clicking the links below.  

Qualification: B.S. degree(s) in fisheries, biology, or related fields; competitive GPA & GRE scores. Strong  writing, communication, and analytical skills. Experience with fish identification and stream sampling  preferred, but not required. International students should have TOEFL score > 100 and are responsible  for getting their own visa. 

Salary: Dependent on qualifications and availability of supplemental award funds, includes health  insurance and full tuition waiver.  

Location: Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.  

Contact/Email: Send 1) Cover letter, 2) Curriculum Vitae, 3) all college transcripts, 4) GRE scores (&  TOEFL if applicable), 5) a scientific writing sample (e.g., manuscript, thesis, term paper, lab report), and  6) contact information for 3 references to

OK Cooperative Research Unit: Lab Website: