Graduate Assistantships in Aquatic & Invasion Ecology at The Ohio State University
Two M.S. or Ph.D. graduate assistantships are available in the lab of Dr. Lauren Pintor at The Ohio State University in the School of Environment & Natural Resources beginning Summer or Fall 2015. Highly motivated students sought to study: 1) the influence of novel, non-native prey on native predator populations in nearshore marine communities, or 2) trade-offs between improving water quality and maintaining aquatic biodiversity in coastal wetlands in the Western Lake Erie basin. Interested students should send an email to Dr. Lauren Pintor ( with “Graduate Assistantship” in the title, and include their CV, brief statement of research interests, GRE scores, unofficial undergraduate transcripts, and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin immediately. Qualified applicants will be invited to apply to the School of Environment & Natural Resources (SENR) at OSU by the January 7, 2015. SENR offers graduate teaching and research assistantships and competitive fellowships to support admitted students.

Relevant Links:
Pintor Lab:
SENR Graduate Program:
SENR’s Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park:

Lauren M Pintor
Assistant Professor
School of Environment and Natural Resources
The Ohio State University
2021 Coffey Road
210 Kottman Hall
Columbus, OH 43210