The Benthic Ecology Lab at Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) is seeking to hire one Research Technician beginning late 2020. The successful applicant will assist Dr. Archer on multiple projects focused on the ecology of biogenic habitats (e.g., oyster reefs, seagrass beds, and sponge grounds).
Benthic Ecology Lab – Research Technician
The Benthic Ecology Lab at the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) is seeking a part-time student worker to participate in a study to determine the effects of fungal pathogens on mangrove ecosystems (https://mangrovedetectives.org/) and to be involved in additional ongoing field and laboratory studies of coastal benthic ecology.
LUMCON is looking for someone with a knowledge base of business principles and techniques of administration, organization, and management including an in-depth understanding of the key business issues that exist in a research and education institution.
Starting March 13th the Marine Center is closed to public tours and visitors until further notice. LUMCON has also suspended education and research groups until November 1, 2020.
Join us every Thursday evening for a new and exciting topic. All the talks will be streamed live interactive events. Talks are Thursday evenings at 7pm CDT.
The Dr. Rieucau’s Coastal Behavioral Ecology lab (CBEL) (https://lumcon.edu/grieucau) at the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) is seeking one Research Associate starting early 2020 to participate in a multidisciplinary project funded by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management dedicated to study the relationship of human disturbance to ecosystem services in offshore sand shoal habitats in coastal Louisiana.
LUMCON is currently accepting applications for a USCG licensed Ordinary Seaman. Vessels are home ported at the LUMCON facility in Cocodrie, LA. and the R/V Point Sur, Gulfport, MS.
A Gulf Coast civil rights icon is being honored as the namesake of a new, $100 million National Science Foundation (NSF) oceanographic research ship, to be operated by the Gulf – Caribbean Oceanographic Consortium (GCOC), led by the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) and the University of Southern Mississippi (USM).
Blue Works at the Houma Maritime Campus will be LUMCON's new collaborative technology space of innovation boldly exclaiming a positive message of exploration and discovery. Visit our Blue Works webpage for information about this exciting expansion of LUMCON programs. This expansion of LUMCON will better fulfill our mission to connect people, enrich education, and transform science.
The Roberts Lab of Ecosystem Ecology and Biogeochemistry at the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) is seeking a part-time student worker to participate in laboratory experiments studying the effects of fungal pathogens on coastal marsh ecosystems and to be involved in additional field and laboratory experiments studying the effects of the Maconodo oil spill on coastal marsh systems.