Dartmouth’s doctoral program in Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems, and Society seeks applicants for a graduate fellowship focusing on the ecology, economics, and governance of ecosystem services to begin in the Fall of 2017. Potential research topics might include the science and policy of carbon storage in temperate forests, the use of deliberative multicriteria analysis in managing forests and watersheds, and the bioeconomics of forest insect pests. The ideal candidate will have an interdisciplinary background that includes aspects of environmental science and economics plus demonstrated capability in research. The EEES graduate program offers a cross-cutting intellectual environment, ample resources for graduate students, and a committed faculty.
To initiate an application, please e-mail a CV and statement of interest to Richard Howarth. Applications should be completed by 1 December 2016. Position filled.