Prospective Students

Undergraduate students: I am particularly interested in working with motivated undergraduates that are seeking research experience. I currently serve as a mentor for undergraduate students in the SI Bridges program as well as the Dorris Duke Conservation Scholar Program. While I have many projects that you could contribute to, I am open to exploring new ideas with you. Please send me a brief email with your current resume and we can discuss potential projects.

Graduate students: While I wish I could support endless graduate students, I am, of course, limited by available funding. When opportunities are available, I will post them to the Texas A&M Job Board. I welcome general inquiries and may be able to find alternative funding sources for exceptional candidates. I am also open to working to develop competitive fellowship applications. If you think your research interests and career goals align with the direction of our work, please email me a short letter describing your experiences and research interests, along with your CV.

Post-Doctoral Scholars: I am especially interested in working with researchers that have strong quantitative and/or geospatial interests and skills. If you think the lab is a good fit, send me an email describing your interests along with a CV and we can find a time to chat.

Brent Pease, Ph.D.
Brent Pease, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor (he/him)

Brent Pease is an Assistant Professor in the Forestry Program at Southern Illinois University.