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Jennie Gouker <[log in to unmask]>
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Daily eNews for CMNS Students <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 9 Nov 2015 15:51:52 -0500
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Subject: Undergraduate Research Opportunity

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Dear Students:

I have just been informed about an international research opportunity for you
to gain some professional experience in field science and fieldwork as part
of the Operation Wallacea biodiversity research program.  These survey
programs involving large teams of academics, field biologists and students
from around the world, run from mid-June to mid-August each year in remote
places such as the Amazon, Cuba, South Africa, Madagascar and other locations
(see
https://opwall.com/undergrad-research-assistants/research-assistant-overview/).
Alternatively there is also the opportunity to gather data for an independent
research project (see
https://opwall.com/senior-thesis-dissertations/options-for-dissertations-and-senior-theses/)
or to complete a specialist expedition medicine course (see
https://opwall.com/undergrad-research-assistants/medical-courses/).

If you would like further information, please complete an Expression of
Interest (https://opwall.com/get-involved/expression-of-interest/) and the
Opwall academic staff will get back to you with more details of research
programs of interest to you.  This is a unique opportunity to gain field
survey skills for your resume and network with field scientists from around
the globe.


Contact Person: Jennie Gouker
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]

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