The Aquatic Biogeochemistry Lab at the University of Central Florida is currently recruiting motivated, energetic graduate students with a strong background in ecology and/or environmental chemistry to fill positions at the M.S. and Ph.D. level. Students who are offered one of these competitive positions will be supported on NSF-funded Graduate Research Assistantships (includes full tuition and stipend) and will work as part of an interdisciplinary team to assess the ecological impacts of coastal and wetland restoration efforts on biogeochemical processes. Positions are available now and students will need to begin no later than Fall 2017. Interested student should visit: and email Dr. Lisa Chambers ( for more information.

Funded MS and PhD positions in Coastal Biogeochemistry, Univ. of Central FL