Two Masters Assistantships available in Plant Conservation Biology and
Restoration Ecology beginning June or July 2018

The Byrne lab ( at Humboldt State University seeks
applications for highly motivated students interested in pursuing graduate
studies in Natural Resources ( Students
with an interest in species conservation and climate change are
particularly encouraged to apply.


Students will be funded by a combination of research and teaching
assistantships, which provide a stipend and tuition waiver (for students
from western states).


Strong applicants will have:

-          An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or above in all undergraduate

-          Strong GRE scores

-          Demonstrated experience in ecology, botany, or related field

-          An interest (or willingness to learn) mathematical modelling


To apply, please send (as a PDF or Word Document) to

(1)    A resume/CV (including GPA)

(2)    A brief letter of interest including background and research

(3)    Transcripts (unofficial is fine)

(4)    The names and contact information for three references

Review of applications will begin immediately until students are selected
for the positions. After initial screening, the students will be asked to
submit a formal application through CalState apply (

Humboldt State University (HSU) is a comprehensive public university with
world-class graduate programs in natural resource management, located on
the North Coast of California; with access to mountains, beaches, and the
largest old growth redwood forests in the world all nearby.

Women and applicants from diverse backgrounds are especially encouraged to
*Kerry M. Byrne*
*Assistant Professor*
*Dept. of Environmental Science & Management*
*Humboldt State University*
*Arcata, CA 95521*
*Office: NR 200A*
* <>*

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