Interested in joining the lab?
FYI, Kim is on sabbatical for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Potential postdocs: Our lab seeks postdocs intrigued by mechanisms of behavioral evolution and plasticity. If you'd like to be a part of our team, contact Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your ideas and discuss fellowship options (e.g., NSF PRF, NSF STEM Ed PRF, NIH NRSA, etc).
Prospective graduate students: IU’s Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior Graduate Program is a wonderful place for students interested in mechanisms of behavior, how they are shaped by the environment, and how they evolve. If you are interested in applying, read some of the lab’s recent publications and contact Kim at email@example.com. In your email, please share why you’re interested in our lab and what research you’ve done. Include a CV that states GPA. Think critically about your decision. To pursue a Ph.D. in science is both extremely challenging and extremely rewarding. Note: I am unsure if I will be accepting a new grad student during the 23-24 application cycle.
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Undergraduates: If you are interested in research in our lab, fill out this form and send an email to Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org, telling why you’re interested in our research. Include relevant information about your year, major, and desired type/degree of involvement (e.g., course credit, work study, paid during the school year and/or summer, lab work, field work). Note: We have already hired our paid undergraduate workers for Fall 2022, but you are welcome to reach out for future opportunities. Next planned hiring for undergrads will begin in Jan 2023, for start dates in Spring/Summer 2023.