Graduate Fellowships in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation at Fordham University

The Graduate Ecology program at Fordham University has new research opportunities and fellowships available for well-qualified students interested in pursuing a M.S. or Ph.D. starting in Fall 2018. Research opportunities through our graduate program link scientists at our main campus, the Louis Calder Center (our biological field station), the New York Botanical Garden, and the Wildlife Conservation Society.

Accepted MS and PhD students are eligible to receive competitive stipends, plus full tuition remission. Students may work in many areas of ecology and evolution, as well as applied areas such as conservation of endangered species, ecological and evolutionary effects of urbanization, behavioral ecology, disease ecology, and responses of plants and animals to climate change.

Interested students should contact relevant faculty members or research scientists to discuss mutual research interests via the following websites.

Biology faculty:

Louis Calder Biological Field Station:

Opportunities at the New York Botanical Garden:

Opportunities at the Wildlife Conservation Society:

The deadline for applications is January 3, 2018. Online applications are available from:

For any questions, please contact Dr. J.D. Lewis by email:


J.D. Lewis

Professor and Chair

Department of Biological Sciences

Fordham University

441 E. Fordham Road

Bronx, NY 10458 USA

Louis Calder Center, Fordham University

31 Whippoorwill Road, Box 887

Armonk, NY 10458, USA