Information for prospective graduate students
If you are interested in pursuing a graduate degree with the Ecoss team (Drs. Hungate, Koch, Dijkstra, Marks, Schwartz, etc.), please read some of their papers to get a sense of their research interests and approaches. Read descriptions of ongoing research to see what’s happening in the group now. Then, contact us with the following information:
- What types of research questions interest you?
- What experiences have prepared you for graduate school?
- How will a graduate degree serve your long-term career goals?
You can apply online.
Learn about the graduate degrees in Biological Sciences.
Learn about the interdisciplinary PhD in Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability.
If you are interested in working with us, consider contacting current and former students to discuss their graduate school experiences.
Ecoss students are supported by research grants (RA), by their own grants or fellowships, and by university teaching assistantships (TA). Sources of funding vary among students, but most combine RA and TA support. Ecoss expects students to attempt to procure their own funding; grant writing is an important part of graduate training.
Staff job announcements coming soon.