The Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University
of Georgia, Athens invites applications from highly motivated and
enthusiastic potential postdoctoral researchers starting in
Spring/Summer 2017. This collaborative work will be conducted with Dr.
Kamal J.K. Gandhi and Dr. James Martin (Warnell School of Forestry and
Natural Resources). This project focuses on the interactions between
forest insect pollinators and various management practices in North
America. The ideal candidate would possess a strong background in
entomology, ecology, and statistics with an independent spirit to
develop, conduct, and publish research. Experience with meta-analyses
is preferred. A Ph.D. in a related field, especially in forest ecology
and entomology is a prerequisite for the position.

The Forest Entomology Laboratory ( at
the University of Georgia is a dynamic group that works on a broad range
of ecological issues, forest insect species, and ecosystems across the
country. The Martin Wildlife Ecology Laboratory
( studies
many aspects of ecology, management, and conservation of game, non-game,
and endangered species in managed ecosystems. Interested personnel
should submit a statement of interest, current CV along with contact
information for three references to Dr. Gandhi ([email protected]; 706-
542-4614). Also, contact Dr. Gandhi for further details about the
forest insect pollinator project.

The Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
( is the oldest forestry school in the
South, has >70 faculty working in diverse fields, and provides exemplary
training of students in the fields of forestry, ecology, and
conservation biology. The School is housed in a four-building complex
on campus, and has >23,000 acres in the state for research, teaching,
and service activities. The University of Georgia (
is a “land-grant and sea-grant university, and is also the state’s
oldest, most comprehensive and most diversified institution of higher
education”. Its motto is: « to teach, to serve and to inquire into the
nature of things”. The University of Georgia is an affirmative action
and equal opportunity employer.

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