REU Summer Fellowship in Tropical Chemical Ecology
Employer:University of Nevada
Job Field:Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism
Job Type:Seasonal, Temporary, Internship
We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated undergraduate student to participate in an NSF-funded project researching chemical ecology and evolution in tropical forests. The summer project will involve a combination of field work and lab work. Lab work will take place in a chemical ecology lab at UNR, working closely with the PIs (Smilanich, Dyer, Jeffrey, Forister) and current postdoc (Lora Richards). The field work will take place in an Ecuadorian cloud forest (Yanayacu Biology Station), working with a team of undergraduate and graduate students.
The position will start at the beginning of June and run through the end of July.
Includes a living stipend, travel to Ecuador, and station fees.
How to Apply:
To apply, please send the following: (1) CV including names and contact info for 2 references; and (2) cover letter stating your research interests. Send materials to: email@example.com. Position will be open until filled.
05/06/2012 (All day)
Last updated April 06, 2012