Graduate students and postdocs

I welcome inquiries from motivated and enthusiastic students to join our research team at the M.Sc., Ph.D., or post-doctoral levels. I am always looking for talented students who are interested in disturbance ecology particularly fire, species and ecosystem response to climate variability, forest dynamics, and biological conservation. There are opportunities for highly competitive students to get support via teaching and/or research assistantships through the geography department.  I also encourage my future students to explore opportunities for outside funding, and I am happy to assist well-qualified students in developing proposals.

Undergraduate students

I often hire students to be Undergraduate Research Assistants on our team and usually they have  taken a course with me or other faculty with environmental science of GIS/Remote Sensing interests.  If you have taken a class with me or have heard about what we do, please feel free to talk to me about potential research opportunities.