The School of Renewable Natural Resources at Louisiana State University seeks 
an outstanding student for a Board of Regents PhD fellowship to begin in Fall 
2018. The fellowship pays 30K/year for four years and includes a tuition 
waiver. Active research programs in the School include a diverse array of 
topics, such as avian ecology, conservation genetics, wetlands ecology, 
fisheries, and forestry. Interested students should visit the School's website 
( to identify and contact a professor with similar 
research interests. If the professor agrees to act as their PhD advisor, 
prospective students may submit their application to the selection committee 
chair, Dr. Sabrina Taylor (staylor at Application materials must 
identify the prospective PhD advisor and include a CV, transcripts, three 
letters of reference, GRE scores, and a written statement describing the 
student's motivation for graduate study. Applicants must be US 
citizens/residents. All qualified U.S. citizens and residents who apply before 
Mar 31, 2018 will be considered for the 2018/2019 academic year. Prospective 
students who apply after Mar 31 will be considered only if a sufficient number 
of qualified students have not yet applied. Fellowship offers will be made by 
April 15, 2018 and students who accept will then be asked to apply to the LSU 
Graduate School. LSU is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

Thomas J. Dean, Ph.D.
Professor, Quantitative Silviculture and Forest Ecology
School of Renewable Natural Resources
Louisiana State University
210 RNR Bldg, Baton Rouge, LA  70803
office 225-578-4216 | mobile 225-328-0930 | fax 225-578-4227<> |<>

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