MS and PhD graduate study in plant ecology and evolution: multiple positions

Multiple opportunities for graduate study in plant ecology and evolutionary biology are available for Fall 2018 in the Department of Plant Biology, Ecology and Evolution at Oklahoma State University.
Teaching assistantships are available for study towards an MS in Plant Biology or a PhD in Plant Science.  Potential areas of research could
*       Trade-offs in drought tolerance among tree species at the
forest-prairie ecotone
*       The roles of drought stress, fungal pathogens, and insects in
tree mortality
*       Tree-ring growth response to climate among species at the
forest-prairie ecotone
*       The role of anthropogenic change in shaping plant-pollinator
interactions and plant reproductive output
*       The role of ecological interactions in plant mating system
*       Comparative plant genomics, evolution, and systematics
*       Evolution of milkweed-insect interactions
*       Plant taxonomy and biogeography

Assistantships include tuition waivers and health insurance.
Learn more about the OSU Department of Plant Biology, Ecology, and Evolution at  Contact Dr. Henry Adams (,, Dr. Janette Steets (, or Dr. Mark Fishbein
( for more information.
In your email, please include brief description of your research interests, experience, and career goals, and attach a CV or resume.
Applications are due to the OSU graduate college by 2/28/18, but early application is strongly advised for full consideration and support.