The Environmental Biogeochemistry and Paleolimnology Lab is always looking for enthusiastic students to join our team. Our lab uses a variety of tools to address a wide variety of projects. Our present focus is on mountain lake and stream environments addressing topics such as climate change, atmospheric deposition, and land-use effects on ecology and biogeochemistry. If interested, please send a brief description of your research interests, your CV, copies of your most recent transcript and the names and contact information of three references to Janice.firstname.lastname@example.org. Informal inquiries are also welcome.
Graduate students at USU are funded through graduate research assistantshps or fellowships. Graduate fellowships for strong students are available through the National Science Foundation, US Environmental Protection Agency, Utah State University, and the Quinney College of Natural Resources. Canadian students can find fellowships through the National Science and Engineering Research Council.
Undergraduate students can acquire research assistantships through the Qunney College of Natural Resources Undergraduate Research Program and through USU's Undergraduate Research and Creative Opportunities Program
We are currently seeking MS, PhD and Undergraduate research assistants to begin January 2021. Please contact Janice.Brahney@usu.edu for more details.