I will be on research leave in the 2017-2018 academic year, and do not anticipate taking on new graduate students for September 2017.
I encourage enquiries from highly motivated students who wish to undertake undergraduate or graduate training with me. The School of Environmental Studies offers BA, BSc, MA, MSc and PhD degrees, as well as professional training in ecological restoration that can be done in tandem with undergraduate and graduate studies.
Much as I'd like to offer space to the many amazing students who inquire about working with me as graduate students in the School of Environmental Studies, my focus is on three areas of research: ecological restoration, new natures and long-term landscape change in mountain landscapes. I try to focus my efforts to develop strong teams of students, staff and partners. If you think there might be a fit, please contact me to begin a conversation.
Generally, I take between 1 and 3 new graduate students each year. These students will have been in contact with me many months in advance of the application deadline, and applied for external scholarship or fellowship support. Developing a clear financial support plan that includes external funding support is imperative.
If you are interested, please drop me an email. Please include a brief summary of your background and interests, a transcript of prior academic study, and resume.
Formal applications for graduate study are due on January 15th for early September entry (our usual program entry date). International students are required to submit applications by December 15th. Click here for more information on the graduate program and applications..