Research Internship: Treefrog ecology (Gamboa, Panama)

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We are seeking an Intern for research this fall at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute on ecology, evolution and behavior of red-eyed treefrogs, as part of a collaborative project with Karen Warkentin and James Vonesh. This position is open to recent graduates as well as undergraduate students. It does not have nationality restrictions and we encourage applications from Latin Americans. Funding covers monthly stipend, plus travel and housing expenses. The position could start in mid-August 2008 at the earliest, or in September, and would be for three months. The application deadline is July 15th.

More information on the project and application process is posted on the Warkentin Lab website, http://people.bu.edu/kwarken/KWLabInternships.html .

Karen Warkentin

Job Duration: 
Temporary

Location

Gamboa
Panama
9° 7' 8.4" N, 79° 42' 0" W
Level of Education: 
Some College