samedi 5 novembre 2016
Opportunities in Ecology and Behaviour at Durham University
New opportunities are available within the Conservation Ecology Group at Durham University, UK. Opportunities are available at all levels, from postgraduate (Master's / PhD) to postdoctoral (Fellowships / Faculty).
Opportunities include lecturer / senior lecturer positions (deadline, 20/11/2016); fellowships in citizen science (contact us ASAP if interested); PhDs on mammal ecology (deadlines in late December / early January); and Master's positions in ecological management research (deadline 01/02/2017). More details can be accessed via the links here: http://www.conservationecology.org/opportunities.html
Durham University is one of the oldest universities in England. It is a world top-100 university and consistently ranked in the top-10 in the UK (e.g., 4th in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017). The Conservation Ecology Group is part of Durham's Behaviour, Ecology & Evolution Research Centre, and focuses on applied questions ranging from the evolutionary ecology of individual behaviour to global biogeographic patterns. More on the group can be found here: http://www.conservationecology.org/.