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University of Idaho Graduate Assistantship Fisheries

Masters (MS) level project working on Chinook Salmon in the Columbia River basin. Work would be done in conjunction with staff at the CRITFC Hagerman Genetics Lab. Research would be conducted in Moscow, ID during the academic year and in Hagerman, ID during the summers. This project would cover a stipend and tuition (pending funding) for 2-3 years.


Category:
Program, Financial Resource
Location:
Moscow -
Target Audiences:
Graduate Students

Contact Information
University of Idaho

James
  Nagler
Phone:
208-885-6280
jamesn@uidaho.edu