Seeking a Postdoctoral Associate with a passion for conservation science and/or social-ecological science is sought to contribute to two projects related to wildlife viewing. The postdoctoral associate will be co-mentored by Drs. Dayer (social scientist) and Hawley (disease ecologist) at Virginia Tech and be part of their dynamic labs, as well as part of project teams with a variety of researchers and conservation practitioners.
The College of Natural Resources and Environment at Virginia Tech invites applications and nominations of exceptional leaders for the position of Professor and Department Head, Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation.
Two summer internship positions are available in the Dayer Human Dimensions Lab in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation at Virginia Tech through the Multicultural Academic Opportunities Program (MAOP).
Graduate assistantship to study the human dimensions of wildlife, particularly human disturbance of shorebirds and social conflict. Conduct a social marketing assessment through surveys, focus groups, and observations on Atlantic coast beaches. Gain a MS or PhD degree in Fish and Wildlife Conservation at Virginia Tech. Preferred start date Nov/Dec 2017.