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Wetland Ecosystem Graduate Student Positions, Kent State University

The Kinsman-Costello Nutrient Biogeochemistry Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at Kent State University seeks a prospective Ph.D. student to begin in Fall 2024. Candidates with particular interest in how wetland ecosystem hydrology shapes microbially mediated redox processes are particularly encouraged to apply. Graduate positions include guaranteed support in the form of a competitive stipend, full tuition waiver, benefits, and support for participation academic meetings. Research assistantships may be available, and support is available for the candidate to begin research activities in summer 2024 if the selected candidate is available.
Members of the Kinsman-Costello lab study the nutrient biogeochemistry of freshwater aquatic ecosystems including Great Lakes coastal wetlands, urban stormwater features, agricultural restorations, and northern peatlands.

For more information on Kinsman-Costello lab research and activities, visit our website at and/or follow me on twitter @LKCBiogeochem.

For more information about the Graduate Program in Ecology and Evolution at Kent State University, please see:

If you are an interested prospective student, please email me ( and include your resume or CV. For full consideration, please contact me at least 2 weeks prior to when you intend to submit your application.

Contact Information

Lauren Kinsman-Costello
Kent State University
P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242 US

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