Opportunities currently available:
- Postdoctoral Researcher position
- Prospective PhD student information
Read below for more information on opportunities.
Postdoctoral Researcher position :
The GEODE Lab in the Ecological Informatics program at Northern Arizona University (Flagstaff) is seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to work on a range of projects. We seek someone with strong technical skills to make extensive use of remote sensing image and lidar data in a high performance computing environment, advancing projects focused on mapping, monitoring and modeling broad scale ecosystem changes, incorporating climate, land use and disturbance. A PhD degree in a relevant discipline is required. Additional information and details can be found here.
Prospective PhD students:
If you are interested and feel you may be qualified to pursue a graduate degree in eco-informatics, contact Dr. Goetz.
In your initial email, please include some information about your background, research interests and why you are interested in the GEODE Lab. Please also attach your CV.
Recruitment is ongoing for graduate students interested in the Ecological and Environmental Informatics (EEI) program at NAU. Located at the base of the San Francisco Peaks in the beautiful, historic mountain town of Flagstaff, Arizona, NAU is just a short distance from the majestic Grand Canyon and other natural wonders. Qualified students are eligible for assistantships to fund their graduate studies. Assistantships include a stipend, full tuition waiver, and health insurance, with opportunities for research support.
• NSF-funded NRT fellowships
• Presidential fellowship
• Faculty research grants
• Teaching assistantships
• Research funds to support collaborative projects
See here for more information about EEI.
See here to apply to EEI at NAU
The EEI PhD program offers the “T3” option, which provides innovative and flexible training in informatics, ecology, team-based research, and communication, thus preparing students for diverse career paths. The T3 program is one of a select few graduate training programs funded by the prestigious National Science Foundation’s Research Traineeship (NRT) program.
See here for more information about the T3 program.