Graduate student research and education is an
integral part of our efforts. The Forest Health Cooperative provides
opportunities and support for graduate study. Graduate projects cover
a wide range of subject areas. Follow the links below for a list of
current graduate students and those that have graduated. The breadth
and scope of the Forest Health Cooperative program is clearly demonstrated
by the work conducted by our graduate students. The quality of the
Forest Health Cooperative research program depends in large part on the
quality of these students.
Positions are available for undergrads who are interested in conducting research related to forest insects and disease. These positions will be for research credit during the school year. Depending on the availability of funds, paid positions may also be available during the summer. Preference will be given to Forestry and Plant Pathology majors. If you are interested, contact Dr. Eckhardt (email@example.com).