Graduate Position: NorthWesternU.PlantBiologyConservation

PLANT BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION ¡Vnow accepting applications

The Graduate Program in Plant Biology and Conservation is a partnership
between Northwestern University (NU) and the Chicago Botanic Garden
(CBG). PhD, MS thesis-based, and MS internship-based degrees are
offered. All degree programs offer a unique opportunity to study ecology,
evolution, and environmental issues at the interface of basic and
applied plant science. Students apply to the program through Northwestern
University and take their courses at both NU and CBG with faculty from
both institutions. The Plant Conservation and Science Center at CBG is a
valuable resource for students, and the Chicago region provides a vibrant
community at the forefront of research in conservation and sustainability.

To learn more, contact program director, Nyree Zerega
( or visit our website:

Application deadlines:
PhD: December 1, 2017
MS (thesis-based): February 15, 2018
MS (internship-based): Applications will be reviewed beginning February
15 and review will continue through April 30, 2018. Admissions are on
a rolling basis.

Nyree Zerega <>