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Independent Study (EEOB 693)
Independent Study (EEOB 293)
Aquatic Ecology Research Assistant (Undergraduate) – We are looking for undergraduate students looking to get hands-on lab experience. As an undergraduate research assistant, you would be involved in sample processing, lab maintenance, and data entry. Main duties include: assisting with basic lab research in aquatic ecology/limnology, handling and weighing chemicals, mixing reagents, processing water samples, lab and equipment maintenance, and keeping clear and accurate data record. We are looking for someone responsible, reliable, and with an interest in aquatic ecology, biology, or chemistry. Background in biology, chemistry, and math is desired but not a necessity. This is a great opportunity to become involved in research at OSU and develop your laboratory skills.
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Research Assistant Positions
Full-time Research Assistant Position in Aquatic Ecology
Postdoctoral Scientist Positions
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