Student Opportunity Announcements
Graduate student opportunities are currently available for MS
and PhD students in Regional Earth Systems Modeling and
Climate Nutrient Transport Interactions at Washington State
University's Vancouver campus. More information on the
Global Change and Watershed Biogeochemistry lab can be
In addition, Faculty across the science disciplines are
accepting students for Fall 2013.Faculty in these disciplines
focus on conservation ecology and genetics, marine ecology
and oceanography, disturbance ecology, biogeochemistry,
environmental physics, environmental toxicology, animal
behavior, urban and agroecology, mathematical biology,
Graduate positions in science disciplines are funded with
teaching and/or research assistantships which include tuition
Please see our website for more information about our
We do not accept students without a faculty advisor. Please
contact a faculty member in an area of research similar to your
own about the potential for admission to graduate school:
WSU Vancouver is located in Washington across the Columbia
River from Portland, Oregon and is close to the Cascades,
Puget Sound, and the ocean. It offers significant opportunities
for research, a variety of neighboring institutions and
agencies for collaboration, and an excellent quality of life.
Degree programs are offered across all WSU campuses and
students in Vancouver may participate in activities in Pullman.
Priority applications are due January 10, 2013
Please contact Cheryl Schultz for additional information.
Associate Professor & Graduate Coordinator
Washington State University Vancouver
14202 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98686
360.546.9525; 360.546.9064 (fax)