Opportunities for Students
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The Department of Ecology & Evolution, Stony Brook University
Dr. Rogers is a faculty member of the
Graduate Program in
the Department of Ecology & Evolution at Stony Brook University (SBU).
If you are interested in pursuing a doctoral degree with Dr. Rogers through
SBU please contact him with a detailed description of specific research
questions that interest you, your educational and research background, and
any special skills, training or experience you may have. Please visit
the SBU Ecology & Evolution homepage for details on the Department, the
Graduate Program, and instructions on the application process.
See the flyer
advertising current opportunities, application deadline January 15th.
The Department of Energy has several opportunities for internships and
fellowships. If you qualify for one of the programs listed below and
are interested in working in my laboratory please
- The Office of Science, Graduate Fellowship Program (SCGF).
This program offers partial tuition support, an annual stipend for
living expenses, and a research allowance for full-time graduate study.
- Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI).
This program offers a 10-16 week internship for Spring, Summer or Fall.
- Community College Institute Internships (CCI).
This program offers a 10 week summer internship.
Brookhaven National Laboratory Fellowships and Programs
- Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP).
This program offers masters and Ph.D. students on site accommodation at
BNL to foster research relations between BNL and their home institution.
- BNL High School Research Program (HSRP).
This program offers 11th and 12th grade students aged 16 or over a 6
week summer internship.
This list contains publications that have a recognized contribution from
an intern. Where an intern is listed as a co-author
their name appears in bold.
- Gray SB, Strellner RS, Puthuval KK, Ng C, Shulman R, Siebers MH,
Rogers A, Leakey ADB (2013) Minirhizotron imaging reveals nodulation of
field-grown soybean is enhanced by Free-Air CO2 Enrichment
only when combined with drought stress. Functional Plant Biology.
40, 137-147. (pdf)
- Rogers A, McDonald K, Muehlbauer MF, Hoffman A, Koenig K, Newman L,
Taghavi S, van der Lelie D (2012) Inoculation of hybrid poplar with the endophytic bacterium Enterobacter sp. 638 increases biomass but
does not impact leaf level physiology. Global Change Biology -
Bioenergy 4, 364-370. (pdf)
- Best M, Koenig K, McDonald K,
Schueller M, Rogers A, Ferrieri R (2011) Inhibition of trehalose
breakdown increases new carbon partitioning into cellulosic biomass in
Carbohydrate Research 346, 595-601. (pdf)
- Ainsworth EA, Rogers A, Leakey ADB, Heady LE, Gibon Y, Stitt
M, Schurr U (2007) Does elevated atmospheric [CO2] alter
diurnal C uptake and the balance of C and N metabolites in growing and
fully expanded soybean leaves? Journal of Experimental Botany
58, 579-591 (pdf)
- Rogers A, Gibon Y, Stitt M, Morgan PB, Bernacchi CJ, Ort DR, Long SP
(2006) Increased carbon availability at elevated carbon dioxide
concentration improves nitrogen assimilation in a legume. Plant, Cell
& Environment. 29, 1651-1658.
- Ort DR, Ainsworth EA, Aldea M, Allen DJ, Bernacchi CJ,
Berenbaum MR, Bollero GA, Cornic G, Davey PA, Dermody O, Dohleman FG,
Hamilton JG, Heaton EA, Leakey ADB, Mahoney J, Mies TA
, Morgan PB, Nelson RL, Rogers A, Zangerl AR, Zhu X-G,
DeLucia EH, Long SP (2006) SoyFACE: The effects and interactions of
elevated [CO2] and [O3] on soybean. In: Managed
Ecosystems and CO2 (eds J. Nösberger, S.P. Long, R.J. Norby,
M. Stitt, G.R. Hendrey, H. Blum), pp.71-86 Springer, Berlin Heidelberg
- Leakey ADB, Uribelarrea M, Ainsworth EA, Naidu SL, Rogers A, Ort DR,
Long SP (2006) Photosynthesis, productivity and yield of maize are not
affected by open-air elevation of CO2 concentration in the
absence of drought. Plant Physiology. 140, 779-790.
- Rogers A, Allen DJ, Davey PA, Morgan PB, Ainsworth EA, Bernacchi CJ,
Cornic G, Dermody O, Heaton EA, Mahoney J, Zhu X-G, DeLucia EH,
Ort DR, Long SP (2004) Leaf photosynthesis and carbohydrate dynamics of
soybeans grown throughout their life-cycle under Free-Air Carbon dioxide
Enrichment. Plant Cell & Environment. 27, 449-458. (pdf).
- Hamilton JG, Dermody O, Aldea M, Zangerl AR, Rogers A, Berenbaum M,
DeLucia EH (2004) Anthropogenic changes in tropospheric composition
increase susceptibility of soybean to insect herbivory.
Environmental Entomology. 34, 479-485.
Daniel Bornstein was one of 300 semifinalists in the
Science Competition. Daniel worked in the lab for 6-week internship
as part of the HSRP (see
Ross Shulman was one of 300 semifinalists in the
Science Competition. Ross worked in the lab in 2011 and 2012 as
part of the HSRP (see
Last Modified: September 13, 2013
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