March 1, 2021 at 11:39 am #6543erwhite1Participant
There are openings for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows within the Quantitative Marine Ecology Lab (https://eastonwhite.github.io/join/) at the University of New Hampshire working with Professor Easton White.
- All lab members must be:Decent human beings (we don’t work with jerks)
- Interested in marine systems and using quantitative tools (e.g., mathematical models, statistics, R)
- Wanting to change the world
Members of the lab are strongly committed to anti-racist practices, real diversity and inclusion efforts, and moving science beyond the ivory tower.
I am currently looking to recruit graduate students (to start Fall 2021 or 2022) to work on socio-ecological questions in small-scale tropical fisheries and species monitoring. Experience (and willingness to learn more) with R, quantitative skills (e.g., mathematical modeling, statistics), and field work is needed. A basic understanding of French is also a plus. If you are interested, please send (Easton.White@unh.edu) a CV and brief introduction, including details of your prior research experience, as well as your research interests and graduate school goals and how you think these align with my research program. I am also open to chatting about potential projects related to other areas of my research program.
I am looking for postdoctoral fellows to work on questions related to fisheries and disturbances, mathematical modeling of disturbances and socio-environmental systems, improving population monitoring and data collection, sustainable seafood, or synthesizing across socio-environmental fisheries. My background is in quantitative ecology with an emphasis on marine systems. However, my interests are broad and I am happy to discuss other project ideas further. I am also open to collaboratively working on proposals to help fund independent postdoctoral fellow positions through several different programs. If you are interested, please send an email and CV to Easton White (Easton.White@unh.edu).
One of my main commitments as a faculty member is promoting and supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM. Please consider applying for a position in my lab if you are a first-generation college student, a student from a low-income background, a member of a racial or ethnic minority group, if you identify as a woman or as LGBTQ+, and/or if you have a disability.
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