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Menge Lab Opportunities

KeaGraduate students
I am always looking for good graduate students, which I typically accept through E3B (EEB track for Ph.D. students, Conservation Biology program for M.A. students).   Students in my lab work on a variety of topics within ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry, theoretical ecology, and global change science.  Prospective students should look through the materials on this site to see if our interests overlap.  If they do, please email me (dm2972[at]columbia[dot]edu) with a letter of interest well in advance of the application deadline (early December for Ph.D., mid-January for M.A.).
MarmotPostdoctoral researchers
I am also always on the lookout for good postdocs.  Funding is occasionally available for specific projects, but there are also a variety of ways to procure funding for independent projects.  If you feel that we could have a productive collaboration, please email me (dm2972[at]columbia[dot]edu) for more information.
PenguinUndergraduates
Undergraduates form a major part of the Menge lab team.  Students seeking research experience in the field, greenhouse, lab, or with modeling should email me (dm2972[at]columbia[dot]edu).  Note that any resemblance of Menge lab team members to a picture on the left is pure coincidence.
Field GCARA




Menge Lab, E3B department, Columbia University
dm2972[at]columbia[dot]edu
, (212) 854-6889
10th floor, Schermerhorn Extension
1200 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY, 10027

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