Dr. Bernie Lohr of UMBC's Biological Sciences Department is recruiting a freshman or sophomore student to assist with research on animal behavior and bioacoustics. The position has opportunities for both field and lab work and the selected student will earn a Undergraduate Research Assistantship Support award. The award will run Summer 2011-Fall 2011.
Students with interests in going on to grad school in behavioral ecology, comparative physiology, comparative psychology, conservation biology, or wildlife management are especially encouraged to apply.
Applications are being accept through Position ID: 9243942 in UMBCworks.