GRADUATE STUDENT POSITIONS IN GLOBAL CHANGE ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
The Grainger Lab at the University of Guelph is recruiting two master’s students to start in September 2024 (with the possibility of starting research over the summer). Students will be given the freedom and support to develop their own research topics within the overarching themes of the lab.
The Grainger Lab studies ecological and evolutionary processes that shape the natural world, and the effects that global change is having on these processes. In particular, we explore the effects of temperature on coexistence, eco-evolutionary dynamics and spatially structured communities. To do this, we use lab and field experiments with plants and insects that test fundamental questions in ecology and evolutionary biology.
Please see www.tessgrainger.ca/research for more information on the research we do.
Due to funding requirements, this opportunity is restricted to Canadian citizens, permanent residents or landed immigrants.
Please email email@example.com with a few paragraphs outlining your research interests and experience and why you want to join the lab. Please attach your CV (or resume) and unofficial transcripts.