Two undergraduate researcher positions in aquatic ecology and limnology are available in Alan Wilson’s lab. Current lab research projects revolve around understanding the factors leading to harmful algal blooms in recreational and drinking water reservoirs and aquaculture ponds. Visit the lab website to learn more about us: WilsonLab.com.
The undergraduate student s will assist current lab members (including graduate and undergraduate students) with existing lab projects that include field experiments, large-scale lake surveys, and laboratory-based mechanistic studies and analytical analyses.
The ideal candidate will be honest, hard-working, enjoy teamwork, and be interested in pursuing a career in science. I am motivated to maintain a productive, diverse lab and encourage students from under-represented groups to consider joining us. Preference will be given to freshman and sophomore applicants who are available (1) 10-20 hours per week during the academic year and (2) during the summer given that this opportunity could last multiple semesters. Starting dates and expected hours worked are flexible. Pay for this position is $8 per hour.
Interested students are encouraged to email (1) a brief letter of interest, (2) resume including contact information for two references, and (3) an unofficial copy of your transcripts to Alan Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for full consideration. Soft deadline for this position is April 1, 2018.