Plant ecology PhD opportunities at Univ. Louisville ~

22 de octubre de 2008

Plant ecology PhD opportunities at Univ. Louisville

I am looking for 1-2 highly motivated PhD graduate students interested in
restoration ecology, invasive species, plant-fungus-insect interactions, or
other aspects of plant ecology to start August 2009 in the Biology
Department at the University of Louisville. My current work focuses on
plant-fungus interactions and the restoration of Great Lakes sand dunes.
Other related interests include the role of dominant species in plant
communities and the management and population dynamics of exotic invasive
species. I am working on several projects which students could collaborate
on, though I encourage students to develop their own research. For further
information please visit my website:

Departmental Applications may be submitted at any time but preferably before
January 31, 2009 to ensure consideration for financial support. See the
departmental website for additional application information: A number of graduate
fellowships and teaching assistantships are available for competitive
students. TA Stipends are currently $22,000/yr. Interested applicants
should send an email with a letter of interest and attached CV to me at

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