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Research Assistant Summer Position at UW-Madison, Fruit Crop Entomology College of Agricultural & Life Sciences Entomology $15 UW Student Jobs
The Guédot Lab of Fruit Crop Entomology seeks a student worker to conduct field and laboratory research for summer and fall 2023. The Fruit Crop Entomology Lab studies insect pests and pollinators in Wisconsin to develop sustainable management practices for fruit crops.
Entomology/Plant Pathology Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunity College of Letters & Science $15.00 UW Student Jobs
Applied vegetable entomology research and the field crops pathology research programs seeks qualified individuals to work in a variety of capacities to conduct field and laboratory, entomology and plant disease-related, research. Candidates should excel at working as a team and possess good communication skills. Student hourly positions begin approximately June 1 and run through the end of August.
Field Work Assistant College of Agricultural & Life Sciences Entomology $16-$18/hr depending on experience UW Student Jobs
Are you interested in careers related to biology, ecology, or research? Want to be able to enjoy the outdoors this summer while making money and adding scientific skills to your resume?  The Midwest Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Disease is hiring field work assistants to assist with several research studies during Summer 2023. Assistants will be working in teams, collecting data on mosquitoes and ticks outdoors in the field for Dr. Susan Paskewitz (CALS - Department of Entomology) and Dr. Lyric Bartholomay (SVM - Department of Pathobiological Sciences).