Students are funded through a combination of research grants, teaching assistantships,
and university fellowships. Students will spend their first (and
possibly second) academic years on campus fulfilling course and
teaching requirements. In the summers and after academic year 2,
students are in residence at the Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) .
Interested graduate students should send a email letter of inquiry
containing an overview of your research interests, your CV, grades,
and GRE scores (if available).
Rotation Students: Funds are available for MMG graduate students to conduct
10-week rotations in my laboratory at KBS.
Postdocs: I currently have funding for a postdoc in my lab. In addition, I have interdisciplinary grants submitted that
would fund postdocs to work on microbial ecology topics in aquatic
and terrestrial ecosystems. Postdocs in my lab are in residence
at KBS, but have the opportunity for involvement in academic programs
and collaborations with researchers on MSU’s main campus.
Please contact me if you are interested
W. K. Kellogg Biological Station
Michigan State University
Hickory Corners, MI 49060