Ph.D. starting Fall 2017
I currently have funding for 1 PhD student starting fall 2017 and 1 Postdoctoral Scholar/Project Manager focused on community-based multi-criteria decision making that links ecosystem services and human wellbeing in the Puget Sound.
Prior to applying to the OSU graduate school, please send me a CV and 2-page research proposal describing (in general) the research you would like to conduct, including hypotheses/questions, methods, justification, intended products, and your thoughts for obtaining research funding (if in addition to or in place of GTA support).
First Nations students/projects are encouraged to apply
Graduate Teaching Assistantships (M.S. or Ph.D.)
I also welcome students for Graduate Teaching Assistantships with interests in applied research on conservation psychology, human wellbeing, cultural ecosystem services, risk/vulnerability/displacement, or related topics. The availability of these varies by year. You may want send me an email to check if they are available within your timeframe prior to sending along the application materials as described above.
- Teach one E-Campus course per quarter
- Design and conduct original, empirical research on the human dimensions of fisheries and wildlife conservation
- Co-author ~1 manuscript every other year with Dr. Biedenweg
- Submit proposals to obtain research funding
- Follow departmental guidelines to meet graduation requirements in about 2 years (M.S) or 4 years (Ph.D.)
A few helpful resources for considering your graduate career: