Become an Ant Master

Literally.

Andrea Lucky is now accepting applications for a master’s degree student position in myrmecology at the University of Florida:

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This is an excellent opportunity. I visited last month. Great lab, enthusiastic entomology student community, access to a world-class research collection (especially good in butterflies), and plenty of lovely, local, subtropical insects.

 

4 thoughts on “Become an Ant Master”

      1. Well I would only be qualified to start a Masters in NZ at the start of 2015. I’m finishing undergrad first half of this year, then due to timetabling I have to do a year and a half of a Postgraduate Diploma. Then Masters. Plus theres the fact I live in NZ :S

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