PhD fellowships (ecology, evolution, conservation, global change) USA ~

17 de octubre de 2013

PhD fellowships (ecology, evolution, conservation, global change) USA

The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department at Tulane University is
seeking outstanding candidates for three Board of Regents (BoR) Graduate
Research Fellowships.  Each fellowship includes a yearly stipend of
$30,000, and a yearly allowance for professional travel and/or research
support.  Two of these fellowships are for four years, and one is for
three years. We strongly encourage applications from underrepresented
minority students. Interested candidates should contact the faculty
member whose research aligns with that of the candidate (faculty

Review of applications will begin January 15th for matriculation in 2014
fall. Applicants should follow guidelines of standard graduate school
applications, found at
( Applicants
are expected to identify a faculty mentor who has agreed to work with
the prospective student prior to submitting an application.

The Tulane EEB department studies organisms, populations, communities,
and ecosystems as we focus our efforts on ecology, evolution,
conservation, and global change. We emphasize academic inquiry in
tropical and river/coastal biology.We pursue our scientific and
educational missions in integrative biology by discovering new knowledge
and by providing a rich learning and mentoring environment for graduate
students. We provide students with the theory and skills needed to
question, discover, understand and restore. Graduate students
collaborate in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about
organisms and their environments.

Tulane University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment
Opportunity/ADA Employer committed to excellence through diversity. All
eligible candidates are encouraged to apply.

Elizabeth Derryberry, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Tulane University
New Orleans, LA 70118
504-862-8285 (office) 504-862-8706 (fax)

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