I will consider accepting one or two students to start in fall 2014. If you are interested in doing community ecology and feeling "stupid" about it, you may be a good fit in our lab. Depending on their experience, interests, and career goals, some of my students choose to collaborate with me directly on one of the projects I am heavily involved in. Some others work on projects not directly related to my core interests. Yet others initially work on one of the projects led directly by me and later transition into more independent projects. In all cases, I encourage my students to find, design, and execute their research on their own, with me as a collaborator. I believe this approach helps them to become an independent and creative scientist.
- Biology Graduate Admissions
- Ecology and Evolution at Stanford
- Spencer Hall's compilation of grad school advice (see "Grad resources page")
Motivated students are welcome to participate in the research conducted in our lab, throughout the year. We often have funded opportunities in summer. Our project is described at the bottom of page 3 in here.
I welcome inquires regarding post-doc possibilities in our lab.