PhD opportunity, NC State University

The Watershed Ecology Lab at NC State University is seeking a highly

qualified PhD student. The successful applicant will focus on applied

questions centered around the effects of land use change, climate change,

and forest management on water resources, carbon sequestration, and

biodiversity using an ecosystem modelling approach. The position includes

three years of tuition support, an annual stipend of $25,000, and benefits.

The candidate will join the Department of Forestry and Environmental

Resources and have opportunities to collaborate with the NC State Center for

Geospatial Analytics and the USGS Southeast Climate Science Center, among

others. Candidates should have a background in ecology and ecosystem science

or related disciplines and demonstrated strengths in scientific writing. To

apply, please send CV, GRE scores, transcripts (unofficial) and a statement

of interest and career goals to: Dr. Katie Martin,

Applications will be reviewed as they are received and continue until the

position is filled. Members of historically underrepresented groups in

ecology and STEM fields are strongly encouraged to apply. NC State is a

top-tier research university located in Raleigh, NC which is the anchor of

the Research Triangle region, consistently recognized as one of the best

places to live.