The Department of Land Resources and Environmental Sciences at Montana State University is seeking Ph.D. and M.S. students to conduct research on topics such as agroecology, soil science, cropping systems, terrestrial and aquatic ecology, environmental biogeochemistry, evolutionary biology, entomology, hydrology and watershed analysis, quantitative ecology, invasive plant ecology and management, conservation biology, land rehabilitation/restoration ecology, environmental microbiology, and spatial sciences. Field sites range from Antarctica and the tropics to crop and range land within Montana. Montana State University is located in Bozeman, Montana within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. To learn more about our programs and find out how to apply, please go to: http://landresources.montana.edu.
Required: Bachelor's degree in related field
Additional Salary Information: Assistantship salaries depend on the grant and the major adviser.
MSU is recognized nationally for its prominence in research among leading public research universities. Our research centers address production challenges in the diverse agro-ecosystems of the state and provide the foundation upon which the research and teaching missions of the university stay relevant to needs of agriculture in the state of Montana.