Open graduate student positions

PhD and MS student positions are available to study ecological response and adaptation to climate change and human impacts. Students with research interests in the area of stable isotope ecology, climate-carbon interactions, ecohydrology, and trophic dynamics and food web analysis are encouraged to apply. 

The ecology program at SDSU offers a joint PhD program in Ecology with University of California, Davis in a collaborative research environment. If accepted, salary and benefits are provided for 5 years. Application information can be found at the graduate admissions.

Students are expected to participate in every aspect of research activities including field work, sample analysis in the laboratory, data analysis and
interpretation. Students are required to publish research findings in scientific journals and are encouraged to present results in national conferences. Applicants with computer programming and modeling experiences are desired. Application deadline is December 15.

To apply, please contact Dr. Chun-Ta Lai with a copy of your CV and a brief statement about your goals and research interests.