Looking to join our group?
I am always interested in speaking to high-achieving, energetic and self-motivated students about potential honours or PhD projects.
Our group’s work is always focused on applied ecology that seeks solutions to issues of genuine conservation concern. Our work tends to occur at the landscape-scale and be focused largely on mammals, but we are always open to developing projects that address a broad range of topics.
Students who have extensive field experience surveying wildlife, and have strong communication and quantitative skills will be particularly favoured. I also place a strong emphasis on students feeling well-supported by our group and therefore expect regular interaction and attendance at lab meetings and social events.
If you are interested in joining our group, please email me specifically addressing the following:
- Why do you want to undertake further study?
- What are your short- and long-term goals?
- What expertise and experience will you bring to our group?
- What area of research interests you most and why?
- What are your relevant qualifications (undergraduate units taken and marks, field- and lab-based experience, other relevant qualifications, skills and experience)?
Please also include details of three referees.
For more information and submission deadlines for applications, refer to the following:
- Deakin University: Australian Postgraduate Awards (APA) and Deakin University Postgraduate Research Scholarships (DUPRS)
- Deakin University: Honours in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences
From time-to-time we need help out in the field. Volunteer field work is valuable, rewarding, and can be great fun.
Opportunities will be posted on the Deakin University Ecology Volunteer Register on Facebook.