Competitive applications are due by November 22, 2012 for the single tuition-waved position, which begins in the Spring of 2013. The graduate assistant will be tasked to develop a research project for the breeding of marine butterflyfish (Chaetodontids) as part of the Rising Tide Initiative. 

Advanced Aquarist strongly encourage all prospective applicants and aquarists to learn more about the important work of the Rising Tide Initiative.

Visit the University of Florida’s School of Forest Resources & Conservation website for more information about the graduate assistantship in coral-reef fish propagation.

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