Graduate Fellowship in Marine Biology: Washington DC

WC Banta WCBANTA at american.edu
Mon Nov 13 16:48:36 EST 1995


          GRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP: MARINE BIOLOGY
               FULL TUITION AND STIPEND, RENEWABLE
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Applicants are sought for a position leading to an M.S. in
Biology for research in invertebrate marine organisms settling on
ship bottoms and environmental toxicology.  The applicant will
assist in research at American University in Washington DC and at
the Smithsonian Institution Environmental Research Station in
Edgewater, Maryland and will take graduate classes in Biology at
AU leading to the degree of M.S. in Biology.  Tuition, modest
stipend and some funds for research expenses are provided.
Summer funds may also be available.  Required: B.S. in Biology or
related field, U.S. citizenship, qualifications for acceptance
into the M.S. program in Biology at American University, and
research interests in marine invertebrates.  Minority applicants
and women are urged to apply.  Send resume, including names and
phone numbers of references to: WC Banta, Department of Biology,
American University, Washington DC 20016 - FAX 202/885-2182 - or
email wcbanta at american.edu.  Applications accepted starting
November 13, 1995, until the position is filled.




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