Information for Prospective Students 


Graduate work in my lab is highly variable, with students working on diverse projects on fish, birds, and insects. The common theme that brings us all together is understanding the selective pressures that drive adaptive divergence, the ecological and evolutionary importance of phenotypic plasticity, and how integrated phenotypes evolve.  I am generally interested in students who are question oriented, self-motivated, and passionate about ecological and evolutionary questions. If you are interested in applying to my lab I encourage you to read some of our published papers and contact me about your interests.


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