Graduate Positions in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Cincinnati ~ Bioblogia.net

15 de noviembre de 2010

Graduate Positions in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Cincinnati

The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Cincinnati is recruiting highly talented students wishing to pursue graduate degrees (MS or Ph.D.).

The department is integrative with strengths in Ecological areas such as Behavior (Buschbeck, Jayne, Layne, Polak, Rollmann, and Uetz), Populations and Communities (Cameron, Culley, Lentz, Matter, Maurer, and Petren), and Ecosystems (Buffam, Maurer, and Shann) as well as Ecological and Evolutionary mechanisms at Genetic and Genomic levels (Baucom, Buchholz, Culley, Gross, and Petren). Inter-departmental collaborations promote basic Ecology relating to Landscape Ecology (Buffam, Cameron, Culley, Lentz, and Matter) and Biogeochemistry (Buffam and Shann). Additionally faculty have specialized interests ranging from climate change, invasive species, and co-evolution to nutrient cycling and urbanization.

The department offers competitive support packages for qualified students.

Interested students are encouraged to look at the web pages of individual faculty members and contact them for further information.
http://www.artsci.uc.edu/collegedepts/biology/fac_staff/byDeptMembers.aspx


More information about graduate studies in the department of Biological Sciences can be found at:
http://www.artsci.uc.edu/collegedepts/biology/grad/application_info.aspx

Information concerning Graduate admission at the University of Cincinnati is available at:
http://www.grad.uc.edu/ApplyOnline.aspx

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