Undergraduate research opportunities Undergraduate students at Auburn University who are looking for research experience in ecology and/or evolutionary biology should contact me about opportunities. Undergrad researchers are expected to help with current projects in the lab and/or conduct an independent project. Most students will do research for credits. If you are interested in joining the lab, please send me an email and we can set a meeting time to talk about possibilities.
REU program at Auburn University Dr. Warner is a mentor for one of Auburn University’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Programs. This REU program focuses on warm-water aquatic ecology. There is a wide diversity of research projects that REU students could be involved with (see specific projects here: http://wilsonlab.com/reu/projects.html). The project that the student will undertake in the Warner lab will likely focus on interactions between crabs and lizard eggs at our island field site in Florida. Interested undergraduate students are encouraged to apply. Applications are due by Jan 15, 2018. More information about the program (e.g., eligibility, mentors, application) can be found on the website (http://wilsonlab.com/reu/index.html).
Graduate research opportunities Auburn University has both M.S. and Ph.D. programs in biology that are research focused. If you are interested in joining my lab, please send me an email that outlines your research interests and how they fit into the research conducted in the Warner Lab, as well as your curriculum vitae.
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