We are recruiting!

We have USDA and NSF grants to recruit new PhD students to start in fall 2020.

Assistantships are available through the new Landscape-U program. The general theme of this grant is "regenerative landscape design". Students will conduct research and engage with stakeholders to envision working landscapes that promote human well being and positive environmental outcomes. Students interested in working with Jason Kaye would likely work in agricultural landscapes and should apply to either the Ecology program or Soil Science program.

For Ph.D. students, either the Soil Science or Ecology degrees can be combined with the Biogeochemistry Dual Title Degree program (http://www.biogeochemistry.psu.edu/).

The Kaye Biogeochemistry Lab believes that everyone should have equal access to science, and we strive to create an environment that welcomes and respects diversity in all its forms—including cultural, racial, religious, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical ability, and mental wellbeing. Read more here.

The Kaye Biogeochemistry Lab believes that everyone should have equal access to science, and we strive to create an environment that welcomes and respects diversity in all its forms—including cultural, racial, religious, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical ability, and mental wellbeing. Read more here.