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MS Position: Boater/Angler Behavior related to AIS. Apply by 4/15/20.

Jo Latimore

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MS Graduate Assistantship: Impediments to Behavioral Change by Boaters and Anglers to Minimize Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

Come study at MSU's Department of Fisheries and Wildlife with Drs. Dan Hayes, Meredith Gore, and me! We're collaborating with the DNR to study boater and angler awareness of AIS issues and decontamination practices, identify impediments to adopting positive behaviors, and identify strategies to improve the effectiveness of outreach.  The graduate student involved with this project will take a leading role in developing and implementing surveys of anglers and boaters, analyzing data collected, and writing grant reports.  The student will work with the project team of academic and Michigan Department of Natural Resources agency staff to develop and test outreach materials.  The student will have responsibility for supervising at least one research assistant, and coordinating with other team members in data collection.  

Apply by April 15. Feel free to reach out with any questions, and please share widely!

-Jo (latimor1@msu.edu, 517-432-1491)

MS Graduate Assistantship Announcement.pdf

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