Graduate student positions available

Two positions are currently available for graduate students to conduct rangeland research at the University of Alberta, both under the co-supervision of Dr. Edward Bork and Dr. Cameron Carlyle.

One student is being sought to conduct Master's-level research on mitigation and revegetation of mixedgrass prairie impacted by powerline construction. Research will be conducted on the Mattheis Research Ranch, and will begin no later than May 1, 2015.

A second student is being sought to undertake doctoral research on the relationship between grazing, soil microbes, and greenhouse gas emissions in Alberta's grasslands. Field work will take place on public and private land throughout the province. The position can begin immediately, or no later than May 2015.

Please visit our Student page for more information about these two positions, including how to apply.