Prospective students ...
All new opportunities for joining the lab will be posted here.
We aim to recruit highly motivated, intelligent, and well-credentialed students who are interested in fish behavior, ecology, and conservation, and who are dedicated to careers either in the fundamental sciences or the application of scientific knowledge in human decision-making processes.
In January-February of each year we recruit 5-10 undergraduate students to work as paid technicians and/or interns during our summer field season. Please contact Dr. John Hume if you are interested in applying for one of these positions.
Current opportunities ...
We are currently recruiting for two graduate student positions for 2018: (1) A Ph.D. student to evaluate movement ecology of migrating sea lamprey in rivers. (2) M.S. student to study habituation dynamics of alarm signal processing in sea lamprey. Please contact me ASAP if you are interested in either position.
We are always looking for fellowship-worthy Ph. D. students interested in working on either (1) movement ecology of sea lamprey via acoustic telemetry, (2) selective fish passage design, and fish behavior in and near fish passage devices, or (3) mercury transfer in stream ecosystems, from migrating fishes into the lower levels of the food web. Fellowships are highly competitive and generally require a M.S. or M.A. degree, GPA > 3.7, and GRE scores in the top 10-15%. We are also very interested in historically-underrepresented groups for these positions. Please contact us if you believe you are qualified.