Oferta de Doctorado en Dominica ~ Bioblogia.net

24 de septiembre de 2007

Oferta de Doctorado en Dominica

The DeWalt and Ickes labs in the Department of Biological Sciences at
Clemson University are recruiting doctoral students to study tropical
plant ecology on the island of Dominica in the Lesser Antilles. Research
in our labs includes invasion biology, community ecology, population
ecology, restoration ecology, and plant-animal interactions. Annual
stipends of $17,000-$30,000, depending on student qualifications, are
guaranteed for 5 years through a combination of teaching and research
assistantships. Stipends on the higher end are available for students
beginning in January or June 2008.

To read more about our research in Dominica, visit
http://www.clemson.edu/biosci/


To read more about the department of Biological Sciences at Clemson and
admissions procedures, visit http://www.clemson.edu/biosci/

To apply, send an email with a letter detailing the type of project you
would like to conduct, relevant experience, and educational background;
CV; undergraduate or graduate GPA; and GRE scores to Saara DeWalt
(saarad@clemson.edu) or Kalan Ickes (kickes@clemson.edu).

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