Graduate Assistantship(s)

Craig Bailey baileyc at uncwil.edu
Thu Feb 21 16:25:22 EST 2002


GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP(S) AVAILABLE AT UNC-
WILMINGTON

One (possibly two) graduate assistantships, leading to the MS 
degree,
are available at the University of North Carolina - Wilmington to
study the molecular biology, evolution and systematics of 
freshwater
or marine photosynthetic eucaryotes. Students must meet 
requirements
for entrance into UNCW's Master of Science graduate program in 
the
areas of Marine Biology or Biology.  A research assistant stipend 
will
be available during the first year of study.  The second year of study
the successful candidate will be supported by a teaching assistantship
(Teaching for one semester is a mandatory requirement.)  The most
competitive candidates will have some prior experience in molecular
biology, e.g., DNA extraction, DNA sequencing, Southern blotting etc. 
For more information contact Dr. J. Craig Bailey at
baileyc at uncwil.edu.  UNCW is an equal opportunity employer and women
and minorities are encouraged to apply.

J. Craig Bailey, Ph.D.
Department of Biological Sciences
and Center for Marine Science
University of North Carolina at Wilmington
601 S. College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403 U.S.A.

office: 910-962-2371
lab: 910-962-2372
fax: 910-962-2410
email: baileyc at uncwil.edu
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