Monthly Archives: June 2013

It’s fun to work at the Frontiers of Science

Lauren recently returned from a Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium at the National Academy of Sciences in Irvine. It was a fun challenge to talk about the impacts of climate change on biodiversity with an interdisciplinary and international audience and to learn about research as broad as renewable energy, cosmic explosions, and invisibility.

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Looking for PhD students to join the lab at UW

Inquiries are welcome from graduate students interested in joining the lab at UW. ┬áThere are NSF-funded opportunities to work on examining the ecological and evolutionary consequences of phenotypes and ecological forecasting in fence lizards, butterflies, and grasshoppers. ┬áThere are also opportunities to initiate projects on related topics. ┬áStudents with strong quantitative skills are particularly encouraged […]

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