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  • MS or PhD assistantship in Biology

    • Employer: Kansas State University
      Location: Manhattan KS
      Country: United States
      Last Date to Apply: 12/15/2022
      Open Until Filled: No

    Alice Boyle at Kansas State University is looking for a fun, enthusiastic, bright, and committed new MS or PhD student interested in the interface of movement ecology and conservation of grassland birds. I am especially someone interested in the growing local motus network and its application to dispersal movement. Competitive applicants will have spent some time post-undergrad working in the field, gaining life experiences, and understanding why they want to go to graduate school. The very best ones will have had some experience with independent research, scientific writing +/or analysis, and be passionate about grassland systems.   

    If this opportunity intersects with your interests and goals, consider reading about motus and some of the work we have done on both migration and dispersal for more background (https://www.aliceboyle.net/publications/), then please email me soon (aboyle@ksu.edu), explaining why you are interested in my lab (the more specific the better!) and attach your CV. Prospective students can explore other parts of my website and pages linked there to find valuable information about the Division of Biology's graduate program  and discover the some reasons to attend grad school at K-State here. Potential applicants would compete for support through the Division of Biology which includes summer stipend, tuition waivers, and health insurance. The application deadline is 15 Dec 2022.

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