Kinsman-Costello Nutrient Biogeochemistry Lab
Kent State University
The Kinsman-Costello Nutrient Biogeochemistry Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at Kent State University seeks qualified, enthusiastic, and diverse graduate students to work at the PhD level starting in Fall 2020 (summer 2020 start also available) to work on an NSF-funded project studying iron and phosphorus biogeochemistry in subarctic soils of Alaska. A research assistantship will provide a competitive stipend, tuition waivers, and partial subsidies for health insurance. Support is available for participation academic meetings.
If you are an interested prospective student, please send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) including a brief summary of your previous research experience, and your broad research and personal goals for pursuing graduate research. Please attach an up to date CV or resume. (CV preferred)
Members of the Kinsman-Costello lab study the nutrient biogeochemistry of freshwater aquatic ecosystems including Great Lakes coastal wetlands, urban stormwater features, agricultural restorations, and northern peatlands. For more information on Kinsman-Costello lab research and activities, visit our website at http://laurenkinsmancostello.weebly.com/ and/or follow me on twitter @LKCBiogeochem.