Research opportunities are open on a continuing basis for students seeking Masters or Doctoral degree in aquatic ecology (fundamental ecological questions) and freshwater environmental biology (more applied research questions). If you’re interested in discussing a graduate program in my lab after reviewing my research interests and graduate student philosophy and if you believe you have the academic preparation to be accepted in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, I encourage you to contact me for more information.
–James H. Thorp
Education: M.A. Candidate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Kansas B.A. in Environmental Science, Biology from Colby College Research Interests: For my thesis, I aim to understand the contributions of different sources of carbon to river food webs of the Great … Continue reading Emily R. Arsenault
Education: M.A. Candidate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology – University of Kansas B.S. Environmental Science and Policy – University of Maryland Research Interests: Utilizing fish traits to examine how fish assemblages vary from a functional perspective and apply this approach to instances of invasive species. Webpages: LinkedIn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Education: M.A. Candidate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology – University of Kansas B.A. Biology, Secondary Education License – University of Minnesota-Morris Research Interests: Macroinvertebrates, aquatic ecology, food webs Email: email@example.com
[Note: The following discussion of graduate and post-graduate careers is directed principally toward students who might be interested in enrolling in my program at the University of Kansas. However, I have had students at other universities indicate that it was helpful to them in general. Therefore, I hope you benefit from the following perspectives whether … Continue reading Graduate Student Research Opportunities