Kellogg Biological Station welcomes students interested in graduate studies in ecology, evolutionary biology, agricultural ecology, sociology and animal science. Excellent research facilities, field sites, and resident faculty provide an environment conducive to research. Additionally, nearby Kalamazoo offers students outstanding opportunities for culture, food and fun.
KBS offers a unique living opportunity within the attractive Great Lakes bio-region. The graduate community at KBS is a tight-knit group and the friendships that develop while at KBS carry on for a lifetime.
Our graduates have gone on to faculty positions at major research universities (e.g., Dartmouth College, University of Florida, University of Texas), as well as first-rate liberal arts colleges (e.g., Denison University, Franklin & Marshall College, Grinnell College), and to be scientists at government agencies (e.g., USDA, Smithsonian) and NGOs (e.g., Defenders of Wildlife).
KBS graduate students have access to a plethora of resources, including renowned faculty, unique field sites and laboratories, funding, and housing. Students interested in joining the KBS graduate program are encouraged to directly contact KBS faculty members to discuss their future plans. For more information on applying to the KBS graduate program, please visit the prospective graduate students page.