Northern Arizona University
IGERT: Intergrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship

PhD Fellowship Opportunity Integrative Biosciences: Genes to Environment

Funded by the National Science Foundation’s Integrative Graduate Education, Research, and Traineeship (IGERT) Program and Northern Arizona University.

NAU’s IGERT program seeks to identify key links between genes and the environment and is designed to train exceptional graduate students in molecular genetics, environmental sciences, and spatio-temporal modeling.

IGERT Program Summary

Students, Faculty & Their Research
Application Procedure & Information
NAU IGERT Materials for Students
IGERT Undergraduate Program
Resources for Ecological Analysis in R

IGERT Internships
Previous Internships

For more information click on the links below:
National Science Foundation IGERT Program
IGERT National Website
Resources for Graduate Students
MPC Seminar Schedule
MPC Event Calendar

Program Directors:
Amy Whipple, Assistant Research Professor and MP Research Station

Catherine Gehring, Associate Professor of Biology,

Maribeth Watwood, Professor and Chair of Biological Sciences,

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