We are always looking for new lab members (BS or MS seeking) or collaborators. If we have specific projects for which we are hiring, they will be posted below.
If you are interested in joining the Ranglack Lab, please compose a personalized email describing, 1) why you want to go to graduate school to study wildlife ecology, 2) why you want to join my lab in particular, 3) what kinds of questions in wildlife ecology you are most interested in and why, and 4) your qualifications, including field experience, GPA, and GRE scores. Please also include your CV, and contact information for 3 references.
While I aim to support my students financially, learning how to pursue independent funding is an important skill. I expect my students to apply for external funding, even if TA and/or RA funding is available for the project. If you are interested in joining the lab, familiarize yourself with possible sources of funding, such as the NSF GRFP and EPA STAR fellowships.
If you do not receive a reply within 2 weeks, please follow up with another email. Thanks!
The Ranglack, Reichart, and Wuellner Labs are seeking applicants for a 2-year postdoctoral research position to collaborate on project development of a model to better understand wildlife and fisheries populations. Specifically project development will incorporate interactions of genes, environment, management, and socioeconomic factors that influence wildlife and fisheries populations. The successful applicant will be co-mentored by three faculty members in the Department of Biology, at University of Nebraska-Kearney. The successful applicant will be expected to 1) lead development of three extramurally funded grants, 2) produce peer-reviewed manuscripts in cooperation with faculty mentors and their collaborators, 3) co-mentor a Master’s of Science student in research, 4) teach one online graduate-level course on a topic of his/her choosing each year, 5) actively participate in Systems Thinking and Systems Dynamics training provided by multiple institutions, and 6) actively participate in other university-sponsored training for post-doctoral research associates across campus.
To apply, click the link below: