REU summer program: Ecology of Human Dominated Landscapes (OH, USA) ~

25 de diciembre de 2015

REU summer program: Ecology of Human Dominated Landscapes (OH, USA)

The Miami University Biology Department (in Oxford, OH) is excited to announce that we will be accepting applications to our Research Experiences for Undergraduates program starting January 1st through the end of that month for the summer of 2016. The program is focused on The Ecology of Human Dominated Landscapes. We would appreciate it if you could distribute this e-mail to any colleagues with undergraduates studying ecology and/or undergraduates that might be interested in applying. Below there is a short synopsis of the program activities and contact information for students that may be interested in the program. If there are any questions or concerns you can contact me at my e-mail address, listed below. Also, I have a program poster that I can e-mail you if you're interested in advertising our program that way.

Thank you for your time,

Patrick Garrett

Graduate Program Assistant

EcoREU Program, Miami University


Undergraduate students accepted into the program will:
Conduct an independent research project with a faculty mentor at Miami University. Research opportunities are available in the lab or field in aquatic or terrestrial environments. You can visit our website (below) to look at previous program mentors.

Discuss current literature related to their projects with faculty mentors and student peers in clusters related to their project.

Attend team-building field trips around the regional Midwest.

Take short courses on ethics and professions in ecology and environmental science, and interact with seminars by guest speakers.

Participate in a special workshop entitled "A People and their Homeland" by the Myaamia tribe of Oklahoma & the Hefner Museum of Natural History.

For more information about our program please visit our website at: Click on the Application tab at the top of the page and follow the instructions to apply. Please contact Patrick Garrett at with any problems, questions, or concerns you may have about our program or the application process.

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