Are you looking for a MSc/BSc thesis topic or are you unsure about the procedure?
This is your chance!
On Thursday March 21 The Plant Ecology and Nature conservation group (PEN) and the Forest Ecology and Forest Management group (FEM) organize together a thesis market for interested students.
The topics range from fundamental to applied, from ecology to conservation and management, from plants to and their interaction with animals, people and society. Fieldwork location can range from the Netherlands to the Arctic to the Tropics.
We will start in Gaia 1 & 2 with a general introduction what “doing a thesis” actually implies, the procedure and time schedule, and then we will give an overview of the general themes. Subsequently there will be drinks and bites, and you can spread out across the market in front of Gaia 1 & 2 to speak with staff and PhD students, to see what thesis topics are possible.
We are looking forward seeing you there, and please spread the word amongst interested colleagues!
If you have questions please feel free to contact us.
Juul Limpens and Lourens Poorter
(thesis coordinators PEN and FEM)