|Type of position||PhD Graduate Research Assistantship|
|Benefits||The assistantship will include a competitive 12-month stipend (~$26,000-28,000) and a tuition waiver (worth ~$14,000), and a subsidy of the university’s student medical insurance plan.|
|Closing date of competition||Review of applications will begin immediately|
|Date position available||January 2023|
|Description of duties||
We are recruiting a highly motivated student to work on an interdisciplinary project titled “Identifying restoration practices and landscape variables that increase native plant establishment and mitigate plant invasion” that will be based at https://vt.edu/“>Virginia Tech in the https://spes.vt.edu/“>School of Plant and Environmental Sciences. This project will involve field work in stream restoration projects largely in Maryland to identify elements of the landscape and restoration practices that facilitate native plant establishment and minimize invasion, and will involve faculty in invasive species ecology, restoration ecology, and stream restoration.
|Contact for additional information||Jacob Barney (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Submit what||Please send your CV, cover letter outlining your interest, and names and contact information for three references to Jacob Barney|
|Submit to||Send materials via email to email@example.com|
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PhD Opportunity in Stream Restoration and Invasive Species at Virginia Tech with Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA
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