[Coral-List] Graduate opportunities in Coral Reef Ecology

Pawlik, Joseph pawlikj at uncw.edu
Wed Jan 12 10:26:58 EST 2011


Please pass on this information to your best and brightest senior Undergraduate students:

The Pawlik lab will be recruiting two new MS/PhD students for Fall 2011 to study the ecology of Caribbean coral reefs.  Our research program, funded by NSF and NOAA, includes research components in the Bahamas, southern Caribbean, and the Florida Keys, and has included missions in NOAA's Aquarius habitat.  More information about our research is at this website:  http://people.uncw.edu/pawlikj/index.html

Applicants should be at the BS/BA level (students will earn a MS, potentially on their way to a PhD), should be highly motivated and independent, with an excellent academic record, references, and past field research experiences using SCUBA.  More information about the UNCW graduate program and about expectations of graduate students in the Pawlik lab can be found at this website:  http://people.uncw.edu/pawlikj/prosStudent.html

Applications will be considered in March 2011, and candidates will be contacted at that time.

Thanks for your help,


Joseph R. Pawlik, Professor
Dept. of Biology and Marine Biology
UNCW Center for Marine Science
5600 Marvin Moss Ln
Wilmington, NC  28409   USA
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