FW by Andy Wilson:
Graduate Student Opportunities – Nowlin Lab at Texas State University
The Nowlin Aquatic Ecology Lab at Texas State University
(http://nowlinaquatecollab.wp.txstate.edu/) is looking for motivated, enthusiastic and talented graduate students to work on several funded projects examining the ecology of spring-associated and groundwater-dependent organisms (fish and invertebrates). Students are expected to exhibit independent thinking, but must be able to operate within a team-based environment that facilitates collaboration.
The Nowlin Lab is in the Department of Biology at Texas State University and has access to excellent facilities on campus and access to a large number of nearby field sites. The Department of Biology contains graduate degree programs in Aquatic Resources (MS and PhD; see http://www.bio.txstate.edu/Graduate-Programs/M-S–in-Aquatic-Resources.html and
http://www.bio.txstate.edu/Graduate-Programs/Ph-D–Aquatic-Resources.html for more information).
Those interested in graduate student opportunities in the Nowlin Lab, please contact Dr. Weston H. Nowlin, Associate Professor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Prospective students should provide the following information when contacting about the positions: a CV, cumulative and subject major GPAs, GRE scores, addresses and emails of 2-3 references, and a brief (~500 word) statement about career goals, scientific interests, and the reasons for wanting to join the Nowlin Lab.