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Future students... be prepared


The Mallory Lab typically brings on new graduate students each year, contingent on available funding. Our lab is highly collaborative, both internal and external to Acadia. Consequently, most students end up assisting with other graduate research, as well as often having training opportunities with provincial or federal government departments working on environmental issues. We also rely heavily on some of our former students for support with research analyses.

If you are interested in joining the lab, you will find a welcoming group who place a high priority on having fun, but also producing meaningful products from our research. All aspects of coastal science are fair game for research, and we certainly are game for interesting questions away from coasts, too!  Drop Mark an email if you are curious ...

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