I have ongoing opportunities for motivated graduate students to work on large mammals. Some of these opportunities are field based, with others being primarily data focused. If you find my research interesting and would like to pursue a graduate degree (MSc or PhD), email me with a cover letter explaining why you are interested in doing graduate research with me along with a CV.
My philosophy for mentoring graduate students is one of guided independence. I aim to provide sufficient input, particularly early in a program, for students to build the foundations of a successful project, but feel it is critical for student development to have ownership over the direction of their project. Our research group is growing, and provides ample opportunity for students to both teach and learn when they are part of the group.
I am always open to collaborating with motivated people to find funding for post doctoral research. I have data from several long term collaring projects available for answering questions related to movement ecology of large mammals. Email me if you are interested.
We also have many opportunities for undergraduates to become involved in research projects. We have the potential for funded summer opportunities as well as undergraduate thesis projects.
I will not be taking on any additional students until Fall 2024 at the earliest