We are recruiting new graduate students!

NSF Funded Graduate Degree Opportunity in Paleobiology

Park Boush Lab

Support for either a MS or PhD to work on NSF funded project—”Collaborative Research: BoCP-Implementation: The impact of climate change on functional biodiversity across spatiotemporal scales at Lake Tanganyika, Africa.“

This project involves testing hypotheses of food web response to climate change using ostracodes as proxies for depth and oxygenation. If you are interested in biodiversity and climate change, this might interest you.

Check out our graduate program in the Earth Science Department at UConn (https://earthsciences.uconn.edu)

Applications currently being accepted until January 1, 2024.

Contact Dr. Lisa Park Boush (lisa.park_boush@uconn.edu) for further information.