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Information for Prospective Students

AtCoonBluff

Collecting at Coon Bluff

Our lab is continuously looking to recruit graduate students into our School’s M.Sc. or Ph.D. program who are interested in invertebrate systematics and evolution, and/or in fundamental topics in biodiversity informatics such as logic-compatible representations of taxonomic practice. A desire to work with weevils is viewed favorably, however other taxonomic interests in insects or other invertebrate lineages will receive full consideration. The School of Life Sciences offers a wide range of learning and research opportunities and is close to fascinating insect habitats.

Interested students should contact Dr. Nico Franz with a Statement of Interest and Curriculum Vitae. Additional information about the graduate student application process may be found here.