Graduate Student Positions available
Kinsman-Costello Nutrient Biogeochemistry Lab
Kent State University
The Kinsman-Costello Nutrient Biogeochemistry Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at Kent State University seeks qualified, enthusiastic, and diverse graduate students to work at the masters and PhD levels. We study the nutrient biogeochemistry of freshwater aquatic ecosystems including Great Lakes coastal wetlands, urban stormwater features, agricultural restorations, and northern peatlands. A 2-year funded research assistantship studying nutrient removal mechanisms in the Old Woman Creek wetland near Sandusky, OH is available as early as summer 2018. Additional positions are available with support through teaching assistantships. Teaching and research assistantships provide competitive stipends, tuition wavers, and partial subsidies for health insurance. Support is available for students to travel to and participate in academic meetings.
For more information on Kinsman-Costello lab research and activites, visit our website at http://laurenkinsmancostello.weebly.com/ and/or follow me on twitter @LKCBiogeochem.
For more information about the Graduate Program in Ecology and Evolution at Kent State University, please see: https://www.kent.edu/biology/graduate-programs
If you are an interested prospective student, please email me (email@example.com) your CV (including GPA and GRE percentiles if available), a brief summary of your previous research experience, and your broad research and personal goals for pursuing graduate research.