Information for Potential Graduate Students
I am always looking for bright, motivated and energetic graduate students to join my lab. A few things to note:
1. I am not especially concerned with what species you wish to work, as long as your ideas in behavioral ecology and evolution are (or develop into) cutting-edge work. If the ideas are good, we can usually find a species that will let us move forward.
2. To start the process, send me an email about what your interests are, and why you think you'd be a good match for the lab. Also include any research experience you have, your overall GPA, and any information on GRE scores.
3. I only consider applications from those interested in the Ph.D. program (not our Masters program).