Summer Research Assistant - Aquaponics Research


The Summer Research Assistant was engaged in connecting with growing industrial presence in the field of aquaponics. They were responsible for collecting regular weekly data from these sites to promote a greater comprehension of the variability associated with these systems and the conditions that optimize production in both the produce and fish arena.

Graduate Attributes Associated

Students in this position will gain skills in their capacity to engage in respectful relationships, collaboration, information literacies, oral communication, scientific literacy, and technological literacy

Sign-up Directions

For more information, please email Dan Baker, Co-Chair, Biology Department at