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Subject: Graduate Study in Evolution, Conservation, Ecology, and Marine Biology
From: Paul Leberg <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 14 Dec 2001 01:58:42 +0200

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Opportunities for Graduate Study in Evolution, Conservation, Ecology, and
Marine Biology

Several opportunities for graduate student funding are available for 2002:

Research Assistantships (Fish ecology): In anticipation of funding, we are
advertising graduate research assistantships to support up to four students
interested in studying the effects of climate change on the community and
evolutionary ecology of fishes in coastal fish marshes.   These positions
would be available starting in the summer of 2002 and would provide at least
two years of support.  The stipends will be $14,000 per year with waiver of
tuition and most fees.  Please contact either Paul Leberg
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Doctoral Fellowships: The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will have
available University Fellowships and Louisiana Board of Regents Doctoral
Fellowships to doctoral students for studies in evolution, conservation,
ecology, and marine biology.  Fellowships are funded for three to four years
and carry stipends of $12,000- $17,000 per year with waiver of tuition and
most fees.  University Fellows are assigned limited teaching
responsibilities; there is no teaching requirement for Board of Regents
fellows. For more information about the graduate program visit or contact Dr. Karl
H. Hasenstein, Graduate Coordinator, Department of Biology, University of
Louisiana Lafayette, Lafayette, LA, 70504-2451. Email:
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Applicants are strongly encouraged to directly contact prospective advisors.
The research interests of individual faculty and adjunct faculty, as well as
contact information, can be found at our web site.

Paul Leberg
Associate Professor
Department of Biology
P.O. Box 42451
University of Louisiana-Lafayette
Lafayette, Louisiana, USA  70504
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337-482-5660 (Fax)

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