The Raymond lab is generally looking for bright, motivated students to join the team. Students interested in working in the Raymond laboratory do not have to work directly on a current project and are encouraged to pursue their own. Students whose project focuses on the carbon biogeochemistry of streams, rivers and estuaries will generally be more competitive. If you are interested in applying please email Pete Raymond
. All deadline information is provided on the Yale Forestry & Environmental Studies website
If you are interested in pursuing a masters of environmental science degree (MESc) at Yale FES, you have to be aligned with a major professor to enter the program. If you are interested in working with me, please alert Pete
during the application process.