Currently Recruiting graduate students
Undergraduate Research in the A.C.E Lab: If you are enrolled at MU and looking for research experience, I am happy to have you. I have several opportunities for small research projects working with either Cirsium pitcheri, Lyme disease and Chronic Wasting Disease. Tasks will start with performing literature searches and data entry with the potential to lead into a undergraduate research project.
Ideal students show an genuine interest in ecology and a willingness to learn. Please read some of my previous publications to get an idea of which project you would like to work with.
Please send me:
- An email describing your academic and professional goals, your background, and why you are interested in joining this lab
- Resume (Please include any and all work experience)
Graduate Research in the A.C.E. Lab:
I accept students who want to work within my project areas (see Research) . I occasionally have opportunities available for graduate assistantships and The School of Natural Resources has fellowship opportunities for students with exceptional academic records.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in biology, natural resources, ecology, environmental science or a closely related field is required. Preferred qualifications include: willingness to learn; ability to work collaboratively; strong work ethic and leadership potential.
For general M.S or Ph.D. admission questions, see: Fisheries and Wildlife graduate program and contact the appropriate program coordinator.
For general interest in joining the lab, please send me:
- Resume or CV
- Email describing your academic and professional goals, your background, and why you are interested in joining this lab