Are you a graduating senior (or recent grad) interested in how marine animals are responding to anthropogenic environmental change? Apply to work in the Paleobiology Lab at Colgate University and put the dead to work to better understand the effects of eutrophication and other environmental processes on the life histories of marine mollusks.
Applications are now being accepted for a paid 9-month research associate position. Position will start mid-May 2022, and is expected to involve offshore fieldwork in Louisiana, Alabama, and Florida, and data collection and analysis at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York.
Review of applications will begin February 28, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
For more information & to apply: https://careers.colgate.edu/postings/3861
Contact Prof. Paul Harnik (email@example.com) with your questions.
Come learn more about our research! Luke Calderaro, Celia Meyer, and Jeri Stoller will be presenting posters on our research in the "Recent Advances in Paleontology" poster session on the morning of October 11. Paul will be giving a talk Tuesday in the "Paleoecology and Environmental Change" session. Details below.
Monday - Oct. 11 - "Recent Advances in Paleontology" poster session (9am-1pm, presenters at posters from 11am-1pm)
Poster 93-6 - Luke Calderaro - NUCULANA BODY SIZE CORRELATES WITH SPATIOTEMPORAL CHANGES IN PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO
Poster 93-7 - Celia Meyer - SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIATION IN NUCULA LIFE HISTORY IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO
Poster 93-4 - Jeri Stoller - GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN SHELL PRESERVATION ACROSS THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO
Tuesday - Oct. 12 - "Paleoecology and Environmental Change" oral session
2:50-3:05pm - Paul Harnik - FLUVIAL INFLUENCE ON TIME AVERAGING AND NUTRIENT LOADS ON THE CONTINENTAL SHELF, NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO
Celia, Jeri, Luke, and Ryan will be starting research in the Paleo Lab this week! Introductions in alphabetical order (by first name):
My name is Celia Meyer. I am an incoming senior Environmental Geology major at Colgate University. In my free time, I like to hike and canoe in the Adirondacks. I also enjoy completing New York Times crosswords with my family in Philadelphia.
My name is Jeri Stoller. I am double-majoring in Environmental Geology and English with a Creative Writing Emphasis and will graduate in 2022. In addition, I am a figure skater and a staff member for Colgate Outdoor Education.
My name is Luke Calderaro and I will be graduating with the class of 2022. I am pursuing degrees in both geology and molecular biology. When I am not studying or reading for pleasure, I am performing live concerts that nobody ever seems to ask for.
My name is Ryan Ewanow. I am a Biology major in the class of 2023. In my free time I enjoy staying active primarily through recreational sports, and at Colgate I am a member of the men's ultimate frisbee team.