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Professor Roger Koide (email@example.com) is recruiting new graduate students to study the physiological and community ecology of plants and associated fungi (mycorrhizal, saprotrophic, endophytic). Students with an interest in this field and who have a suitable academic background will be given first priority. Brigham Young University is a unique academic institution sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and requires that its students live the honor code (http://graduatestudies.byu.edu/endorsement-information). The campus of Brigham Young University is surrounded by a wide variety of scenic natural areas that are ideal for field research and outdoor recreation. All applicants can find application instructions at the Graduate Studies website: http://graduatestudies.byu.edu/ Admission deadlines: February 1, Fall Semester; September 15, Winter Semester
Dr. Koide is a professor in the Biology Department at Brigham Young University. Dr. Koide is a leading scientist in fungal ecology, and he is also very nice. Many of his former graduate students and postdocs are now holding faculty position in USA and European Countries. If you are interested, please either email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Dr. Koide at email@example.com.