We’re looking for graduate students!
If you can see yourself doing any ONE of these things (don’t worry, all are not required), drop us a line:
- studying pollinators
- studying walkability in urban areas
- studying landscape genetics
- analyzing remote sensing data
- collecting insects and identifying them
- modelling landscapes and ecological networks
- programming in R
- using GIS
We are also looking for new ideas we haven’t thought of yet. Students interested in bringing a policy dimension to our work are also welcome.
If you don’t see a fit in any of the above categories, we may be able to help you realize your thesis goals where it intersects with any of these fields:
- landscape planning
- environmental planning
- decision-support for urban planning
- spatial analyses of the built or natural environments using GIS
Please check the positions available page for any specific roles we are looking for. There is also an opportunity for a student with some background in software and/or web development interested in data visualization.