[Taxacom] M.S. position in molecular plant systematics

David Tank dtank at uidaho.edu
Tue May 4 21:11:56 CDT 2010

M.S. position in molecular plant systematics at the University of Idaho

The Tank lab (http://www.phylodiversity.net/dtank) at University of  
Idaho is seeking to fill a position for a M.S. student to pursue  
research in molecular plant systematics to begin August 2010.  While  
receiving graduate training in molecular plant systematics, the  
student will act as a herbarium assistant in the Stillinger Herbarium (http://www.uidaho.edu/herbarium 
) helping to coordinate a large digitization project focused on  
imaging and databasing Idaho vascular plant collections.

Applicants should have a strong interest in plant systematics and be  
working towards a career or further degree involving collections based  
research, phylogenetics, taxonomy, and/or evolutionary biology.

Applications should include: 1) a cover letter indicating specific  
interest in this position, 2) a general statement of research  
interests and experience, and 3) a CV, including names and contact  
information for at least three references.  Interested applicants  
should send materials to Dr. David Tank (dtank at uidaho.edu).

The student selected for this position will be required to  
successfully enroll as a graduate student in the College of Natural  
Resources at the University of Idaho.  For information about policies  
and entrance requirements pertaining to university admission see: http://www.uidaho.edu/cogs/admissions 

David C. Tank, Assistant Professor
Director, Stillinger Herbarium
College of Natural Resources
University of Idaho
PO Box 441133
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1133

208.885.7033 (office)
208.885.8012 (lab)
208.885.6564 (fax)
dtank at uidaho.edu

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