Well, I've decided that I need and want a PhD. I love teaching. I love my research. I love spending my summers outside doing research. Combine all those and you get me, ten years from now, leading a crew of undergraduates students through a forest (wetland/stream/grassland/ecosystem of your choice) while calmly conducting a biology lecture. Yes indeed.
So now, while I'm not working on my master's project I'll have this question to ponder: WHERE?
I know I want a degree in entomology with an ecology/evolutionary biology focus.
I've done some browsing. *I'll keep a list running here with options
Right now, my top two choices are:
Michigan State University: Dual doctoral program in entomology and ecology, evolutionary biology and behavior. This program seems incredible-- and when I'm done I'll have two doctorates, which is a bit baffling. (And super cool!!)
Ohio State University: Entomology program seems pretty good, know a few people from there as well. Closer to home than Michigan.