Curious about joining the lab? Email me
Financial support for students accepted into the department and this research group will be through a combination of Research assistantships (RAs) and Teaching Assistantships (TAs). Interested students are also encouraged to apply for graduate research fellowships, such as the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Students with demonstrated lab (wet or dry) abilities, and capable of data analysis and writing are preferred and encouraged to apply. Contact me with: letter of interest, curriculum vitae (including summaries of grades), and the names of at least two references.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is renowned for its strengths in wildlife, ecology, and evolutionary biology research. Find more info online about the University, the Institute of Arctic Biology, and
the Department of Biology and Wildlife.
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