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PhD Graduate Research Assistantship, East Carolina Univ.

Apply by Jan. 15: The Integrated Coastal Sciences (ICS) PhD program at East Carolina University (ECU) is seeking a graduate research assistant (GRA) interested in using applied and interdisciplinary approaches to examine coastal issues to assist with a research project funded by the National Science Foundation’s Coastlines and People Hubs for Research and Broadening Participation (CoPe), “Large-scale CoPe: Reducing Climate Risks with Equitable Nature-based Solutions: Engaging Communities on Reef-Lined Coasts.” The assistantship and PhD coursework will begin in Fall 2023. The successful applicant will work under the supervision of Dr. Cynthia Grace-McCaskey, with the support and coordination of a large and interdisciplinary research team.

Assistant Professor, Marine Sciences, Savannah State

The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences at Savannah State University invites applicants for a full-time tenure track faculty appointment as Assistant Professor of Marine Sciences starting as soon as possible. The faculty member will be expected to be an effective and dedicated educator willing to contribute to academic and research mentoring, scholarly activities, student success activities, program and curriculum development, and institutional service. The candidate will be expected to establish an active, externally funded research program relevant to quantitative marine ecology. The ideal candidate will contribute to instruction of courses within their field of expertise and research tools courses such as Environmetrics, Technical Writing, Fisheries Population Dynamics, or Remote Sensing. Applicants with strong quantitative skills will be given special consideration. The successful candidate will engage undergraduate and master’s degree students in research. The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences offers Bachelor of Science degrees in marine sciences and environmental science, as well as a thesis-based MS in marine sciences. The department is housed in 3 buildings including two marsh-front properties with docks, multiple vessels, wet labs, and research facilities. More program information can be found at Course descriptions are available in the catalogs and in the Master of Science in Marine Sciences Graduate Student Handbook. The position will remain open until filled.