[Taxacom] Graduate Research Assistantship in Biodiverity Informatics

Hank Bart hank at museum.tulane.edu
Fri Jan 15 14:19:56 CST 2010


Graduate Research Assistantship in Biodiversity Informatics

Tulane University Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Tulane University Museum of Natural History

 

The Tulane University Museum of Natural History and Department of Ecology
and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) are seeking a Graduate Research Assistant to
work on the 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 tuition
waiver.  The position also carries 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).
Interested applicants must apply for admission to the EEB Graduate Program
before February 1st 

(https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=tulane-g).

 

Hank Bart

 

Henry L. Bart, Jr. , Ph.D..

Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Tulane University

Boggs 400

New Orleans, LA 70118

Voice: 504-862-8283

Fax: 504-862-8706

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

 




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