If you are a potential graduate student or postdoc who might be interested in working with me in ENVS at CU, please send me the following information:

  1. Your CV or resume.
  2. A brief (no more than 2 pages) description of your research interests and why you think ENVS and I would be best suited to help you pursue your goals.
  3. A short description of your experience and skills, including links to or copies of any work you’ve published. I’m interested in seeing your work in any form: papers, reports, popular press articles, posters, etc.

Prospective Graduate Students

I am currently recruiting both MS and PhD students to work with me (and others in ENVS!) on research that integrates environmental economics, computer science, and a range of natural sciences.

Students from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Check out the people page to learn more about the students I’ve been lucky enough to work with so far.

Funding Information

While I have some funding to support students and other TAships and RAships are available on campus, I encourage all students to apply for fellowships that provide longer-term support. If you are interested in working with me, I would be more than happy to discuss and offer feedback on your fellowship applications.

CU has some excellent resources on national fellowships, including a number of resources for students from under-represented groups.

More generally, the NSF GRFP and DOE CSGF might be of interest for quantitatively-minded students.

Potential Postdocs

Yes, I am interested in working with you. At this time, I do not have any guaranteed funding, but would be happy to collaborate with you on applications for both CU-specific and external funding opportunities. Please contact me if interested.