Postdoctoral fellowship at UFS, Qwaqwa – Plant reproductive ecology
The Afromontane Research Unit and Department of Plant Sciences of the University of the Free State is pleased to announce the call for a postdoctoral fellowship based at the Qwaqwa campus in the Northern Maloti-Drakensberg. This fellowship is aimed at candidates working in the broad fields of plant ecology and evolutionary biology, with a focus on plant-animal interactions and functional floral trait evolution, with opportunities to work on a diversity of both indigenous and invasive flora in the Eastern Free State and Drakensberg mountains.
The position is open to both South African and non-South African International candidates.
All correspondence, applications and queries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively email@example.com.
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Author: Dr Sandy-Lynn Steenhuisen, Senior Lecturer: Plant Sciences, Faculty Natural and Agricultural Sciences, University of the Free State