Positions

Graduate Position in Geospatial Biodiversity

I occasionally have graduate positions for outstanding students in the lab. Graduate students in my lab undertake geospatial-biodiversity studies of insects in human-disturbed landscapes. We use field studies and geographical information systems (GIS) to investigate the effects of land-use on insect species and overall arthropod biodiversity. Outstanding students with an interest and/or expertise in field work, landscape ecology, entomology, GIS and/or computer programming are strongly encouraged to apply. Strong mathematical and statistical skills are required.

Undergraduate Position in the Laboratory

I also occasionally hire undergraduate students to work part-time in the lab. This is a great way for students to get into the research environment.


Request info on the Undergraduate Position:
Dr. Jeffrey Holland
Department of Entomology
Purdue University
Smith Hall
901 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 49707-2089
jdhollan@purdue.edu
Request info on the Graduate Position:
Dr. Linda Mason
Chair, Graduate Committee
Department of Entomology
Purdue University
Smith Hall
901 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 49707-2089
lmason@purdue.edu

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