Job: Technician/PhD student – study on nonlethal tools to reduce large carnivore predation on livestock in western states of the US
Start Date: February or March 2021 Compensation: Annual stipend, tuition, and health insurance Description: Utah State University is seeking a Ph.D. student to conduct research as part of a large, collaborative team awarded a USDA Conservation…Read More
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