There are many great opportunities at the University of Florida. There are active research and graduate education programs in the Departments of Biology and Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, the School for Natural Resources and Environment, and the Florida Museum of Natural History.

If you’re a graduate student at UF interested in museums, consider taking our graduate seminar on natural history museums that is offered in the fall semester.

If you’re interested in Africa, check out the UF Center for African Studies, including its programs for languages and study abroad.

If you are looking for postdoctoral fellowships, there are opportunities such as the Ewel Fellowship in Ecology and Environmental Science in the Tropics and Subtropics and also the Dexter Fellowships in Tropical Conservation Biology.