Prospective Students

I am currently accepting both Masters and Doctoral students for next Fall. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in working in my lab.

In general, I am interested in motivated students who want to address conservation issues while also advancing scientific theory. I am open to research on a variety of ecological topics so long as I have the expertise to advise them. We have conducted much of our research along the nearby Missouri River in conjuction with the Missouri River Institute, and there are several opportunities for research along this scenic and unique stretch. I have recently been appointed the Director of Research at the Missouri River Institute.

Check my Research Interests for more information about what I do, and please do not hesitate to email me as well. The Graduate Program in the Biology department is very active, and there are several other professors that overlap well with my research interests therefore broadening my students overall experience. All students are offered funding (either via a Teaching or Research Assistantship) upon acceptance to the program.

Check the Graduate Program website for details on requirements for admission and other details.