Ph.D. graduate fellowship at Dartmouth College to study ecology of the Hubbard Brook forest

We have a Ph.D. graduate fellowship available to begin in summer 2021 in Dartmouth’s Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution, Environment and Society (EEES). The successful candidate will design and conduct original research on biota of the Hubbard Brook Forest as part of the NSF-sponsored Long Term Ecological Research project. Possible study organisms include insects, bats, and other heterotrophs. Possible topic areas include phenology, population dynamics, species interactions, connections between green and brown food webs, connections between biogeochemistry and heterotrophs, and more. Requirements include ability to conceive and conduct original research within the umbrella of a larger project; enthusiasm for field biology and collaborative research; and an interest in linkages among ecology, evolution, ecosystems, and society. The EEES Graduate Program at Dartmouth College is top tier in terms of intellectual environment, support for graduate students, and success of alumni. To initiate an application, email a CV and statement of interest to Hannah ter Hofstede and Matt Ayres. Applications should be completed by 1 December 2020 using the online application portal. International applications are welcome. Please share this with anyone who might be interested. 

Hannah ter Hofstede
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences.

Matt Ayres
Professor of Biological Sciences

Highly qualified candidates may be eligible for a McCulloch Fellowship with a stipend of $34,000 and a research budget of $5,000 in year one.