£18,695 per year
The Department of Biological Sciences offers an interactive environment for training graduate students in Ecology and Evolution. In addition to our dynamic group of faculty, our graduate program offers a number of less tangible features that can strongly influence the training of scientists:
We have a highly interactive group of faculty and students. Opportunities for informal discussions and socialization between graduate students and faculty abound at weekly meetings of the E & E Journal Club and our Ecology and Evolution Seminar, as well as other informal journal clubs. By limiting the graduate program to a select group of students, our program offers a low graduate student to faculty ratio which ensures students one-on-one interaction with all members of their dissertation committees, as well as with scientists in the Ecology and Evolution community at large.
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