There is a funded grad student position in urban heat hazards starting in fall 2023 with pre-applications due 2 Jan. See blog for details.
We periodically have (and in some cases, make) opportunities for people to join in capacities ranging from undergraduate researchers, technicians, and interns, to grad students & postdocs, to visiting faculty on sabbatical. Such opportunities are generally advertised on the blog (and through other media) or you can inquire with Professor Albright.
Undergraduate research, tech positions, and volunteering
I welcome the opportunity to work with motivated undergraduate students from geography, biology, natural resources, computer science, and other majors. If you are interested, please e-mail me with a current resume/CV and a description of your background, skills, and interests, although opportunities are dependent on funding. Sometimes, we will advertise specific opportunities (see the blog!).
Graduate students and postdocs
From time to time, we'll have a funded research assistantship available. Students may also be supported through other means, such as fellowships or TAships. If you are interested in pursuing these or other options, please e-mail me with a current CV, your educational and professional goals, a description of your research interests, and ideas for funding. Finally, see my note to prospective students.
Useful Links for joining LCB or other labs.
A few professional societies we are active in
American Association of Geographers
International Association for Landscape Ecology - US Chapter
Society for Conservation Biology
American Ornithological Society
International Biogeography Society
Yes, this is a lot, but sometimes we go to meetings based on specific organized symposia or on what's close by to minimize our travel footprint.