I'm looking for 1-2 people for a part-time (approximately 10 hours per week), temporary (up to 4 months) position of Wildlife Research Lab Volunteer to assist with data collection from videos of fox squirrel behavior. See a short clip here: https://youtu.be/l6X3g6TJW7g?list=PL60n7pWnNscvnEUfM0WwnDQO6ZIYfXKpx For more details, check out the advertisement here:
ABOUT THE SCIENTIST
I am currently a Ph.D. student in Dr. Bob McCleery's lab at the University of Florida and co-advised by Dr. Mike Conner at the Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center in GA. In 2015, I finished my Master's degree with Dr. Monica Turner’s Ecosystem and Landscape Ecology Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Being in graduate school keeps me busy, but I do have other interests! For the ~3 years before starting graduate school, I worked as a biologist (mostly in California) on a variety of projects with the federal government, UC-Berkeley, and other organizations (see Experience). I have been conducting biological field work since summer 2007, when I was an undergraduate student in Dr. Nick Haddad’s lab at North Carolina State University in my home state.
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