The placement is open to 1st and 2nd year students in SBS.
- You must be interested in biodiversity monitoring and recording and keen to gain research experience.
- You will commit at least 50 hours over 2 terms. There is a bursary of £400 available. Start date mid-October 2013.
- You will gain species identification & recording skills and participation in the project will enable you to complete the core activity for a RED award
The challenge is to help develop a user-friendly app which can be used in teaching and research in Agriculture, Biological & Environmental Sciences. You will help promote use of the app among peers.
Please apply by email with CV & covering letter explaining why you are suitable for the post to email@example.com by 12th October 2013. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 16th or Friday 18th October 2013.
For more information contact the project supervisor: Alastair Culham – firstname.lastname@example.org
There have been 9 applications with CV so far and a further 8 enquiries. Applications close at midnight on 12th October.