PhD research assistantship: Freshwater mussels in Texas

PhD research assistantship: Freshwater mussels in Texas

The primary goal of this assistantship is to determine habitat associations of freshwater mussels of concern in the upper Trinity and Brazos river watersheds and develop captive husbandry techniques for the eventual propagation and potential translocation of Texas endemic and rare freshwater mussels. The selected person will be working very closely with the Dallas Aquarium at Fairpark, and Texas Mussel Watch.

Qualifications: MS in relevant field preferred. We are looking for a highly motivated outgoing independent individual that has previous research experience with freshwater mussels, preferably with captive husbandry techniques. Must work well with others and be able to successfully supervise technicians.

Location: Department of Natural Resources Management, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

Stipend:  $16,000 with a tuition waiver. You still have to pay student fees and health care

Start date: January 2012

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, C.V., copy of transcripts, GRE scores, and contact information for 3 references (preferably in a PDF) to david.rogowski (at) ttu.edu as soon as possible.

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David Rogowski
Assistant Professor
Department of Natural Resources Management
Texas Tech University
Box 42125
Lubbock, Texas 79409-2125 USA

david.rogowski (at) ttu.edu

Dept. phone:806-742-2841
Direct: 806-742-6888 xt 227
FAX: 806-742-2280

http://www.rw.ttu.edu/ttunrm/

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