Ph.D Student Opening at Utah State University ~

22 de octubre de 2008

Ph.D Student Opening at Utah State University

The Ernest Lab at Utah State University has an opening in the general areas
of Community Ecology or Macroecology. Active areas of research in the
Ernest lab include desert ecology, long-term dynamics of community
properties, and the role of body size in the ecology and life-history of
mammals. While students interested in one of the general areas listed above
are preferred, students are free to develop their own research projects
depending upon their interests. Graduate students in the Ernest lab are
funded through a combination of research assistantships, teaching
assistantships, and fellowships. Utah State University has an excellent
graduate program in ecology with over 50 faculty and 80+ graduate students
across campus affiliated with the USU Ecology Center

More information about the lab is available at:

Interested students should contact Dr. Morgan Ernest
(, with their CV, GRE scores, and a brief statement
of research interests.

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