Greetings all!

I’m sure you are all off doing great and amazing things in your life! It is that time again that I am marketing the MRPD workshop and trying to get the message out to faculty and top notch undergrads that might be interested in applying for our workshop. I would greatly appreciate your help if you would forward the flyer and information on our workshop to students and faculty that might have interest in our program. Also, we will have a graduate workshop next summer in July (additional information will follow).

The 12th annual Undergraduate Marine Resources Population Dynamics (MRPD) Workshop March 1-7, 2015

Keys Marine Lab in Long Key, Florida.

The NMFS RTR Program, located at the University of Florida, is holding its twelfth annual Marine Resources Population Dynamics Workshop. This workshop will introduce fifteen outstanding undergraduate students from around the country to the field of population dynamics using high-profile examples from harvested fish species and protected species (such as sea turtles or marine mammals). The workshop will take place March 1-7, 2015 at the Keys Marine Lab in Layton, FL. The program will cover all costs for the students selected to participate. The workshop is designed for US Citizens who have strong math skills and enjoy math, who also have a basic understanding of ecology. For more information and application materials, please visit www.popdyrtr.com or http://fishweb.ifas.ufl.edu/rtr/index.shtml

Deadline for receipt of applications is November 17, 2014 by 11:59 PM EST

If you have any questions on the Undergraduate Workshop please contact Mendy Willis, at mendywillis

RTR Flyer 2015.pdf

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