Graduate students at the CFL are typically affiliated with the Department of Integrative Biology, the Freshwater and Marine Sciences Program, or Engineering. All graduate student applications and deadlines are administered through these programs and departments.
If you are interested in working with me, please email me with an attached CV and provide a brief statement of your research interests and why we’d be a good match.
Many resources are available for funding your graduate school education beyond teaching and research assistantships. UW-Madison provides guidelines and pathways for funding at https://grad.wisc.edu/studentfunding/steps/. If you qualify for any external or internal UW fellowships, please note this in your correspondence.
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