To apply: E-mail (1) a cover letter describing your interests, experience, and goals for your MS program, (2) CV, (3) unofficial transcripts, and (4) contact information for 3 references. Screening begins immediately.
MS Student in pollinator ecology
The Spiesman Lab is seeking a MS Student to join our research group at K-State. The grad student will develop an independent research program in their area of interest that is related to our BeeMachine project. Research could focus on pollinator ecology/conservation, large scale pollinator monitoring, citizen science outreach, mobile/web app development, and/or integrating new technology into pollinator sampling and habitat characterization.
The position will start in Fall 2023 but there is opportunity to begin as early as Summer 2023.
Requirements: We are considering a broad range of interests and skillsets for this position including interests in bee (or other pollinator) ecology, citizen science outreach, mobile app development, and/or computer vision. Communication skills and the ability to work both independently and as a member of a collaborative team are also desirable.
Women and underrepresented people in the sciences are highly encouraged to apply.
Applicant screening and start date: Applicant screening will begin immediately.
To apply: E-mail (1) a cover letter describing your interests, experience, and goals for your MS program, (2) CV, (3) unofficial transcripts, and (4) contact information for 3 references.