The graduate assistant will work on the Lake Champlain long-term monitoring program and conduct MS thesis research with the Lake Champlain research Institute at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. The research will focus on Lake Champlain ecology/limnology with emphasis on zooplankton communities.
This position covers a stipend for academic year and summer plus in state NY tuition waiver. The student must be enrolled in the M.S. in Natural Resource and Ecology program. Qualifications Enrollment in the MS Natural Resources and Ecology program at SUNY Plattsburgh Contact Person Tim Mihuc Contact Phone 5185643039 Contact eMail email@example.com
Salary graduate Stipend plus in State NY tuition waiver
Start Date 08/28/2023
Last Date to Apply March/01/2023