Research Assistant (graduate student) Positions
Are you looking for more research experience? Do you want to get more involved with field and lab work? Love being on the water?
The Aquatic Ecology Laboratory (AEL) has a number of graduate students looking for some extra hands this summer with field work and sample processing. These opportunities are perfect for those interested in gaining more field/lab experience, or who just want an excuse to get outside.
If you are interested in being a volunteer for our lab, please send your name and email address to Melissa Marburger (firstname.lastname@example.org
; AEL Financial and HR manager).
Research Assistant/Graduate Student Positions
None available at this time.
Post-doctoral Scientist Positions
None available at this time.
Undergraduate Volunteer Opportunities
The Aquatic Ecology Laboratory is looking for students seeking volunteer experience in aquatic ecology. If this fits your description, please email Melissa Marburger (email@example.com) to sign up for the Aquatic Ecology Volunteer listserv.
The Aquatic Ecology Laboratory is interested in energetic, committed undergraduate students who are interested in conducting independent research, for OSU credit, that focuses on ecologically oriented projects in freshwater ecosystems. For all projects, we ask students for a commitment of one year at minimum. For more information, please contact: Stuart Ludsin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
, Associate Professor, EEOB, or email@example.com
, Associate Professor, EEOB.
The Aquatic Ecology Laboratory provides course credit for one quarter (or more) of volunteer research experience in aquatic ecology. For more information, please contact: Stuart Ludsin (firstname.lastname@example.org), Associate Professor, EEOB, or Elizabeth Marschall (email@example.com), Associate Professor, EEOB.
We are looking for qualified students to fill work-study positions at the Aquatic Ecology Laboratory. Specific tasks for our Work-Study students include field sampling, in-lab sample processing, and data entry. We strive to ensure that Work-Study students also will have opportunities to participate in lab and field research associated with other ongoing projects. Aquatic Ecology Laboratory graduate students and faculty are committed to educating Work-Study students in the fine art of scientific research in a cooperative and supportive work environment. We are looking for creative, hard-working students.
Federal Work-Study support (call 614.292.0300 for information)
A course in biology
An interest in aquatic ecology
Contact: Melissa Marburger (marburger.@osu.edu) at 614.292.1613
There are no Technical/Seasonal Positions currently available.
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