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Date: Mon, 8 Nov 1999 08:31:15 -0700
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From: Ann_Zimmerman@usgs.gov (Ann Zimmerman)
Subject: GLIN==> Announcement--Research Assistantship
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      Please share the announcement below with any students who may be 
interested
      and qualified.  We are looking for a student to conduct a Great Lakes
      research project in partial fulfillment of a Master's degree at Oakland
      University, Rochester, Michigan.

      /s/John E. Gannon
      U.S. Geological Survey
      Great Lakes Science Center
      1451 Green Rd.
      Ann Arbor, MI 48105
      john_e_gannon@usgs.gov

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      RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP
      OAKLAND UNIVERSITY

      Zooplankton Survey of Lake St. Clair; 2000 - 2001

      The Department of Biological Sciences, Oakland University, is seeking
      a qualified M.S. candidate who is interested in a funded project
      involving a zooplankton survey of Lake St. Clair.  The successful
      candidate will receive a research assistantship with a stipend of
      $13,000 in year one, $14,000 in year two plus remitted tuition.

      This project is being supported by the Michigan Great Lakes Protection
      Fund and is being administered through Oakland University.  Principal
      Investigators for the project include R.D. Hunter (Oakland
      University), R.C. Haas (MDNR Fisheries Division), and B.M. Davis
      (USGS/Biological Resources Division).

      Although training will be provided, preference will be given to
      candidates having some familiarity with identification of crustacean
      zooplankton.  Candidates must also have a willingness to work from
      small boats.

      Applicants should have, or be close to receiving, a bachelors degree in
      biology and must be able to begin the program in January (earliest) or
      April (latest), 2000.  Field work begins in May, 2000.  The successful
      candidate must be accepted into Oakland's Master of Science Program,
      while engaged in this research.

      Applicants should send transcripts, resume, and cover letter to Dr.
      Hunter at the address below.  The cover letter should specify
      availability, completion date of the undergraduate degree, any
      experience with zooplankton sampling/identification, experience with
      small boats, and experience with field work in a limnological context.
      Review of applications will begin on December 6, 1999 and will continue
      until the position is filled.

      For more information contact Dr. R.D. Hunter, Biological Sciences,
      Oakland University, Rochester, MI  48309-4476.
      (248) 370-3552     hunter@oakland.edu
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