[Coral-List] CORRECTION Re: Masters Degree Opportunity in the Mariana Islands

Lyza Johnston lyzajohnston at gmail.com
Mon Dec 7 21:05:24 UTC 2020

Apologies, the deadline for application is December 15, *2020,* or until
filled. The date has been corrected below.

On Tue, Dec 8, 2020 at 6:59 AM Lyza Johnston <lyzajohnston at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hafa adai Coral-list,
> Please see below for information regarding an exciting opportunity to earn
> a Master's Degree in coral reef ecology and restoration in the Mariana
> Islands. Please don't hesitate to contact me for additional information or
> questions regarding this position.
> Johnston Applied Marine Sciences, in collaboration with Dr. Laurie
> Raymundo and the University of Guam Marine Laboratory, is recruiting a
> Master's student to start the Fall semester (August) 2021. The position is
> fully funded and supported by a NOAA Ruth Gates Coral Restoration
> Innovation Grant. The project is aimed at investigating how ecological
> processes and resilience influence coral reef restoration outcomes using
> sexually propagated corals. We seek a highly motivated, critical thinker
> who is enthusiastic about pursuing a career in marine science,
> environmental conservation, natural resource management, or related field.
> The student will be expected to take courses in Guam during the fall and
> spring semesters and travel to Saipan during summer and winter breaks to
> conduct field work for the project.
> In order to qualify for the position, candidates must have a Bachelor’s
> Degree from an accredited four year institution by summer of 2021 and meet
> all other requirements for the University of Guam Graduate School
> Admissions. SCUBA certification and experience on small boats are preferred
> but not required.
> Please email the following, as a single PDF document, to Dr. Lyza Johnston
> at ljohnston at jamssaipan.com:
> 1) A statement of interest
> 2) CV or resume
> 3) Contact information for three references
> 4) Copy of unofficial undergraduate transcripts
> December 15, 2020, or until filled
> *For additional information, visit:*
> www.jamssaipan.com
> www.uog.edu/ml/
> www.uog.edu/ml/labs/raymundo
> https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/feature-story/nearly-1-million-noaa-funding-recommended-ruth-gates-coral-restoration-innovation
> Best regards,
> Lyza
> Lyza Johnston, PhD
> Coral Reef Ecologist
> Johnston Applied Marine Sciences
> PMB 280 PO Box 10001
> Saipan MP, 96950
> Web: jamssaipan.com
> Email: ljohnston at jamssaipan.com
> Phone: (670) 285-2967

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