Kansas State University is offering a Ph.D. Fellowship in Entomology

Applications are due Jan. 15, 2016 Job Opportunity

Ph.D. FELLOWSHIP The Department of Entomology at Kansas State University is now offering a Ph.D. Fellowship to a select applicant who wishes to start a Ph.D. program in Fall 2016. Fellowships provide $28K per year for exceptional students to pursue a PhD in Entomology with any member of our faculty in any area relevant to our departmental expertise. We are looking for highly motivated, self-directed students who have experience conducting research and can clearly express themselves in writing and orally. Selection will be based on: academic excellence, as evidenced by rigor of previous coursework, GPA and (general) GRE scores; research experience, as evidenced by publications and presentations; letters of recommendation, which should address the applicant’s suitability for a Fellowship and potential impact on entomology; and a statement of purpose, which should include goals and career aspirations, and specific research focus. We will also consider the fit between the student’s interests and expertise available in the Department.
For application instructions, visit our web page and follow links to Graduate Program. Applications are due Jan. 15, 2016; please note in your cover letter that you are applying for a Ph.D. Fellowship, and notify Dr. David Margolies at dmargoli@ksu.edu that you are applying for the fellowship.

The Department of Entomology at Kansas State University has an internationally
recognized graduate program. A wide variety of opportunities for graduate study are
offered in several areas of both applied and basic research. Our goal is to provide
students with opportunities for practical experience and course credit in research,
teaching, extension, and outreach. Our students publish in some of the leading journals
in entomology and related fields. The department encourages presentation of student
research at professional meetings by offering student travel awards. Our seminar series
brings nationally and internationally recognized scientists to the department to interact
with faculty and students. Students have opportunities to develop outreach skills by
participating in the Entomology Club and volunteering at the Insect Zoo.

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