The University of Georgia is seeking graduate students to join a large community of ecology and evolutionary biology researchers through the Integrated Life Sciences (ILS) program.=20
Admission through the ILS program allows new graduate students to explore research across 14 participating Ph.D. graduate programs, including over 50 laboratories with diverse ecology and evolutionary biology interests. Over their first semester in the program, graduate students can choose rotations among laboratories from nearly all life science departments.
The application deadline for Fall 2018 admission to the ILS program is December 1, 2017. To learn more about the ILS program and research at the University of Georgia, please visit the website at:=20
Potential students are encouraged to explore the ecology and evolutionary biology research underway at UGA through the ILS program and to get in contact with faculty whose research they are interested in:
Athens, Georgia is a vibrant college town and is consistently ranked one of the top places to live.
Please contact us or any of the faculty in the ILS program with questions.
Evolution and Ecology ILS Group Representative
Assistant Professor of Genetics
Graduate Coordinator of the ILS Program
Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology