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TimestampProvide a brief but descriptive title of the research area.In a few sentences, describe the research activities that will be expected of the student.Define the time period that you will be needing their assistance.Where will this research take place?Who will the student be working with the majority of the time?Which of these best describe the position?List any specific academic, training, fiscal, scheduling or physical requirements.What is the weekly time commitment expected of the student assistant?How many assistants do you need?Your full namePreferred way for student to contact you.

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3/12/2014 13:38:20Radiotelemetry of BatsStudents will assist with radiotelemetry (tracking) of bats at night. Students may also assist the researcher in capturing, banding, and measuring bats. Fall 2014Field site in Holly Springs National Forest (~25 minutes from campus)Masters-level graduate studentVolunteer (experience is its own reward!), Biology elective credit (BISC 491)Work will be outside and at night. Assistants will be semi-independent, working with guidance but not always direct supervision. At least some of the time, assistants will need to provide their own vehicles and gas. BISC 491 students must have pre-reqs.For volunteers, at least one 4-6 hour block per week. For BISC 491 2-3 hrs field work per week per credit plus course requirements.3Cody Jordancsjorda1@go.olemiss.edu

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9/16/2014 15:48:40Aquatic ecologyStudents will assist with experimental studies looking at various aspects of aquatic ecology. Work will be split between field and laboratory components. Projects that the applicant will assist in include amphibian habitat selection, development, and behavior, salamander development, aquatic insect habitat selection, biodiversity surveys of ponds, and others. Duties include collecting field data, maintaining the study sites and equipment, and conducting lab work.Fall 2014 with possible extension through summer 2015All work will at the University of Mississippi Field Station (20 minute, 11 mile drive from campus)Doctoral-level graduate studentVolunteer (experience is its own reward!), Work study (if eligible, hourly wage thru Financial Aid office), Student worker (hourly wage)Assistants will be expected to have their own transportation to and from the field station. They should be able to withstand long hours in challenging field conditions: hot and humid environment, rain, and possibly at night (during spring and early summer). Assistants should be able to work independently with guidance from graduate students and occasionally lift heavy objects.10-15 hours per week during academic year, more in summer.3William Resetaritswresetar@olemiss.edu