M.S./Ph.D. opportunity in Ecosystem Services and Social-Ecological Systems
The Social Ecological Research Lab at Idaho State University is hiring two PhD or MS students to conduct interdisciplinary research
on ecosystem services, land use change, watershed management and planning, climate change, and environmental policy in the Intermountain West. The student will pursue a degree in Biology or Geosciences at Idaho State University, and will be funded by the MILES
program, an NSF project on coupled human-environment systems in Idaho (www.idahoecosystems.org). Preference will be given to students with strong background in GIS, landscape ecology, and statistics. Previous experience in ecosystem services modeling tools will be an asset. Prospective students
will be funded either by a teaching assistantship or by a research assistantship. Additional funding can be obtained from external grants. Pocatello in Idaho is a vibrant city in the Intermountain West with a low-cost of living, high quality of life, and abundant
year-round outdoor activities. To apply, send a CV and a letter describing your experience and research interests, GRE scores, contact information of 3 references, and your career goals to Dr. Antonio J. Castro at email@example.com as soon as possible but no
later than January 21, 2016. For international students visit the Graduate School web page, http://www.isu.edu/graduate/ or contact to Kay Durman, International Graduate Admissions at 208-282-2270 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. To submit application, please visit our web page for graduate student departmental
application materials at http://www.isu.edu/bios/ under the link for Graduate/Application Forms. Contact Noreen King at 208-282-4150 or email@example.com regarding any questions.