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Interested in joining the Earley lab as a PhD, Masters or Undergraduate student? Check out this information for Prospective Students.
Prospective and current graduate students should visit the check out this website created by a team of scientists to assist with your pursuit of a career in the sciences: Individual Development Plan.
For those of you interested in undergrad summer research opportunities, MS/PhD programs, or postdocs in fields related to the types of research we conduct in the Earley lab, visit EDEN. Enjoy!
PhD Students Recognized
Grace Scarsella is invited to participate in the Summer School for Evolutionary Developmental Biology in Venice! Jennifer Gresham was awarded the 2015 Edward C. Raney Fund from the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists! Cheng-Yu Li was awarded the John A. King Memorial Poster Award for Best Poster Paper Presented at this year's Animal Behavior Society Conference in Anchorage, Alaska! Congratulations to all!