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Friday, March 27, 2009

Get an MS working with Freshwater Crabs

From the Crustacean mailing list:

Graduate Teaching Assistantship and M.S. Degree in Biology
Freshwater Crab Biodiversity and Conservation

There is an opening beginning in Fall semester 2009 for a 2-year position as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. Applicants must hold a BS/BA degree in Biology or a relevant subject, and be willing to pursue a Masters Degree in Biology at Northern Michigan University (NMU), in Marquette, Michigan. The student will work on a thesis research project in the area of Afrotropical freshwater crab biodiversity and conservation (Crustacea: Decapoda: Potamoidea). The student will take all course work at NMU, and will be based in the laboratory of Dr. Neil Cumberlidge.

For more details:

Contact: Dr. Neil Cumberlidge, Department of Biology, Northern Michigan University, 1401 Presque Isle Avenue, Marquette, Michigan 49855-5341, USA; (906)227-2215 (voice); (906)227-1063 (fax); e-mail:;

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