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Mark E. Kubiske mkubiske at cfr.msstate.edu
Fri Jul 31 14:22:20 EST 1998

The Forestry Department at Mississippi State University, in cooperation
with the US Forest Service, Center for Bottomland Hardwood Research, is
seeking applicants for a graduate research assistantship to study tree
physiology at the M.S. level.  The research project consists, in part, of
defining leaf-seed carbon source-sink relationships in reproductive shoots
of oak.  This project is part of a larger research program investigating
natural regeneration of southern bottomland oaks.  The research
assistantship will be for two years and will include an annual stipend of
$12,000 and full payment of graduate tuition.  There is also the
possibility of incorporating one semester of a teaching assistantship,
depending upon student interests and expertise.  Research will begin spring
of 1999, academic work will start in January 1999.  Qualifications are a BS
degree in forestry or plant science-related field; good written and oral
communication skills; and an interest in tree physiology or physiological
ecology.  Applicants should send a letter describing their career interests
and qualifications to: Dr. Mark E. Kubiske, Department of Forestry, Box
9681, Mississippi State, MS  39762-9681 by September 15, 1998.  Inquiries
welcomed by e-mail (mkubiske at cfr.msstate.edu) or telephone (601) 325-3550.

For information on the College of Forest Resources, see our web site at
www.cfr.msstate.edu/.  Mississippi State University is an affirmative
action/equal opportunity employer.

Dr. Mark E. Kubiske                     Phone: 601-325-3550
Department of Forestry            Fax:   601-325-8726
Box 9681                                   Email: mkubiske at cfr.msstate.edu
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS  39762-9681


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