Grad Student Position Details
Professional Master degree with specialization in wildlife management and conservation biology
Multiple: http://tinyurl.com/rr-labs/cb, coordinated by Andreas Hamann
Professor and Associate Chair
Project Start Date
Research revolves around issues in wildlife management and conservation biology in forested ecosystems.
Requirements for this position include an undergraduate degree in biology, conservation, environmental science, or allied fields. Previous work, research or internship experience in wildlife management and conservation biology are an asset.
Our professional Master programs are typically completed in 12 to 18 months (24 course + 6 research credits or 18 course + 12 research credits). More details in section 5 here: http://tinyurl.com/rr-gph.
The program is self-funded (costs are described here: http://tinyurl.com/fgsr-costs), but the 2-6 month research project for this position includes a competitive stipend between $3,000 and $12,000, depending on qualifications.
conservation biology, wildlife management, forest ecology
Other Contact Information
Contact Andreas Hamann with (1) a resume that has a clear focus on relevant background and skills for this position, (2) 1-page a statement of interest that focuses on wildlife management or conservation biology in forested ecosystems, and (3) an unofficial transcript of your previous (or in progress) university education.