Graduate Student Opportunities
I am seeking to recruit 2 – 3 graduate students to start Summer 2020 (M.S. or Ph.D.). Successful applications will have interests in ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry, and ecohydrology. Students will be supported by research and teaching assistantship, which include tuition and summary salary. Students will be supported by either the Bonanza Creek LTER, or MacroSystems project Linking land-to-water transport and stream carbon cycling to inform meta-ecosystem carbon balance (Please see Research for more information).
If you are interested in learning more about research projects in my lab and graduate school at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, please send me an email introducing yourself and your potential research interests.