Lake Erie Center

Graduate Student Opportunity

Graduate Research Position in Fish Ecology
A graduate position is available in the Department of Environmental Sciences and the Lake Erie Center at the University of Toledo.  The goal of the student project is to identify linkages between fish early life history stages and specific habitats in western Lake Erie and tributaries. We seek to characterize habitat impairments that may limit fish production to guide management and restoration of fish populations and their habitats. The student would work with UT faculty and USGS researchers. 
Student support consists of an RA stipend, which are competitive with other area universities and tuition waiver.
A successful applicant will have background in ecology or fisheries, field experience in river or lake ecosystems, and good quantitative skills. Applicants will be considered at the MS and Ph.D. If you have questions contact Dr. Christine Mayer, Please provide a description of GPA, GRE scores and research experience.
To Apply
Applicants are encouraged to apply quickly for the Spring 2014 semester. The application process can be initiated at

Contact Dr. Christine Mayer at with questions.  

The University of Toledo is an Equal Access, Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and Educator and is committed to increasing the diversity of our campus. 

Last Updated: 8/18/17