[ES_JOBS_NET] grad student opportunity in forest disturbances at UI
Baker, Leslie (email@example.com)
lbaker at uidaho.edu
Thu Oct 5 15:14:43 MDT 2017
[Apologies for any cross-posting.]
See below for a grad student opportunity. Funding is available immediately, so getting a person started soon would be great. Thanks for helping me spread the word.
Graduate student opportunity in Quantitative Biogeography/Ecology related to forest disturbances at the University of Idaho.
Funding for up to 3 years is available immediately for a quantitative MS or PhD student to study interactions of climate and forest insects in the western United States. Possible projects include assessing climate influences on insects using data analysis; applying advanced statistical methods to identify drivers of outbreaks; and/or incorporating a computer-based mechanistic model of forest insects into an ecohydrology model. The successful candidate will have a background in geography, ecology, forestry, biogeosciences, or a related field. Qualifications also include a background in analytical or statistical methods and/or familiarity with computer programming; excellent written and oral communication skills; and an enthusiasm for research. Students have the opportunity to receive a degree in Geography (www.uidaho.edu/sci/geography<http://www.uidaho.edu/sci/geography>) or Environmental Science (www.uidaho.edu/envs<http://www.uidaho.edu/envs>). Depending on experience and project, a start date of January or May 2018 may be needed (because of funding time constraints). Interested applicants should send a cover letter, CV, GPA, GRE scores, and a personal statement that describes the candidate’s interest in the position and relevant education and experience (all materials required) to Dr. Jeffrey Hicke (jhicke at uidaho.edu<mailto:jhicke at uidaho.edu>). Inquiries via email or phone (208-885-6240) are welcome.
Department of Geography
University of Idaho
McClure Hall Room 307C
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive Stop 3021
Moscow ID 83844-3021
jhicke at uidaho.edu<mailto:jhicke at uidaho.edu>
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