[Taxacom] Graduate Research Assistantship in Biodiversity Informatics

Hank Bart hank at museum.tulane.edu
Tue Dec 1 09:46:05 CST 2009


Graduate Research Assistantship in Biodiversity Informatics

Tulane University Ecology and Evolutionary Biology/Museum of Natural History
Tulane University

 

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) and Tulane
University Museum of Natural History are seeking a Graduate Research
Assistant to work on the recently funded Improving GEOLocate Software
Development Project.  GEOLocate is a software application for semi-automated
georeferencing of natural history collections data
(http://www.museum.tulane.edu/geolocate).  The successful applicant would be
admitted to either a Master's or Ph.D. degree program in EEB
(http://www.eebio.tulane.edu/graduate/) and would receive a full graduate
tuition waiver and a stipend of $22,000 per year.  Primary responsibilities
include compilation and manipulation of GIS data using ESRI ArcGIS,
implementation of GeoServer, documentation & testing of all project software
& data and providing outreach and support.  Some programming experience
preferred, but not required.  

 

Send resume/curriculum vitae listing all relevant professional experience
and names and contact information for three references to Hank Bart
(hank at museum.tulane.edu) by 15 January 2010.  Applicants must also apply for
graduate admission to the EEB department by 1 February 2010
(https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=tulane-g). 

 

 

Henry L. Bart, Jr.

Director and Curator of Fishes

Tulane University Museum of Natural History

3705 Main Street

Belle Chasse, Louisiana 70037

Voice: 504-394-1711

Fax: 504-394-5045

Website: http://www.museum.tulane.edu/hank

 




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