The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Notre Dame offers a wide range of research opportunities and graduate coursework in ecology and evolutionary biology, allowing students to excel in field, laboratory, and mathematical biology. Strengths of the program include: studies on the dynamics and divergence of populations, evolutionary and ecological genomics, terrestrial and aquatic community and ecosystem ecology, epidemiology and disease ecology, experimental biology, and the impacts of global changes, including climate change, invasive species, and land use change.
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PhD and MS positions in Ecosystem Ecology are available in the Center for Ecosystem Science and Society (Ecoss) at Northern Arizona University.
The Ecoss mission is to conduct high-impact, innovative research on ecosystems and how they respond to and shape environmental change, to train next-gen scientists, and to communicate discovery and its relevance to people.
We are excited to announce a graduate recruitment event in ecology, evolution, and environmental science at the University of Georgia. The event is being supported by the President's New Approaches Initiative to promote and institutionalize new ways to enhance diversity and promote an inclusive environment in the UGA Community. This project was initiated by the Odum School of Ecology and is supported by the Center for Integrative Conservation Research, the Peach State Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Program, and the Graduate School of the University of Georgia.
Definition: Under general supervision from Environmental Protection & Natural Resources (EPNR) Manager, manages existing demonstration wetlands and conducts a baseline inventory of the Community's wetlands and riparian areas. Develops and implements enhancement, restoration and protection plans for the Community's wetlands and riparian areas. Coordinates and provides support to the Water Quality Program on non-point source projects. Addresses environmental concerns relating to habitat, endangered species, invasive vegetation and vector control.
FOCUS: Restoration and Fish Habitat, Fish-Forestry, Telemetry or related focus
LOCATION: Portland, Oregon
The Kentucky Division of Water’s mission is to manage, protect, and enhance the quality and quantity of the Commonwealth’s water resources for present and future generations through voluntary, regulatory, and educational programs. Our organization presents an opportunity for you to make a difference in the waters of Kentucky through an exciting and collaborative environment.
The Department of Biology invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Biology. We seek an outstanding individual with research interests in Aquatic Ecology. The successful applicant will be expected to develop a productive, externally funded research program and contribute to student instruction of the department at all levels.
Location: New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, NM
The Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology at New Mexico State University (NMSU) seeks a motivated Master’s (MSc) or Doctorate (PhD) Student to participate in a Department of Energy (DOE)- funded project aimed to increase algal biomass productivity through the design of microbial consortia. The project was developed in response to the Bioenergy Technologies’ Office (BETO) Productivity Enhanced Algae and Tool-Kits (PEAK) FOA (http://bit.ly/2HBN1i4).
The Allen Lab at the University of Oklahoma (www.allenlab.org) is recruiting a postdoctoral research fellow to work on research projects related to the geographical ecology of stream and rivers, with an emphasis on intermittently flowing systems. Up to 5 years of funding (with competitive salary and benefits) is available with a flexible start date sometime in the first half of 2019 (ideally no later than June).
Susquehanna University, a national liberal arts college with an undergraduate student population of 2300 students located in Selinsgrove, PA seeks an aquatic ecology research scientist specializing in aquatic benthic macroinvertebrates in stream or riverine systems to join our Freshwater Research Initiative (FRI). We encourage applicants with expertise in water quality, agricultural impairments, and aquatic community structure. Certification for Eastern Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera by the Society for Freshwater Science and GIS experience is required.