[ES_JOBS_NET] MS and PhD positions in Climate-Soil Interactions

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Mon Aug 8 22:05:50 MDT 2016

Date:    Mon, 8 Aug 2016 17:06:25 -0500
From:    Jianwei Li <jianweili.2 at GMAIL.COM>
Subject: MS and PhD positions in Climate-Soil Interactions

The Lab of Climate and Soil Biogeochemistry (http://jwli.weebly.com/) seeks
motivated graduate students (one MS and one PhD) starting in Spring/Fall
2017 to study human accelerated environmental changes on biogeochemical
cycles of soil carbon and nutrients at molecular to global scales. The
group=E2=80=99s interdisciplinary research integrates field and laboratory
observations as well as modeling approaches to address questions that
intersect external disturbances and global biogeochemical cycles. Research
opportunities may include soil=E2=80=99s microbial and genetic level respon=
ses to
global climate change and soil carbon cycle modeling.  Applicants must have
a Bachelor's degree or Master degree (for Ph.D. position) in soil science,
microbiology, environmental science or a closely related field. Laboratory
and/or field research experience is mandatory, but evidence of passion for
scientific inquiry and aptitude for collaborative research are expected. To
apply, please send a statement of interest, complete CV, and contact
information for three professional references as a single PDF file to
jli2 at tnstate.edu. Transcripts and GRE scores are required though unofficial
copies are accepted for review purpose. Review of applicants will begin
immediately and remain open until filled. Prospective applicants are
welcome to contact PI (jli2 at tnstate.edu) with questions regarding the
application submission. Principle Investigator (PI): Dr. Jianwei Li,
Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences,
Tennessee State University, Nashville TN 37209.  Website:
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