join the lab
The Kuebbing Lab is committed to recruiting, welcoming, training and developing talented students and researchers from a range of backgrounds, especially those from groups that have been historically and systematically disenfranchised in the scientific community and our society. We aim to provide a diverse, inclusive, and supportive environment for all people because creating equal opportunity and access is the right thing to do for individuals and society. additionally, by promoting a diversity of backgrounds and viewpoints we will be more creative in our research and more effective in solving pressing conservation problems.
If you are interested in learning more about opportunities in the lab, please read the pertinent sections below.
- Take a look at the information about undergraduate research opportunities in our department
- Send Sara an email with a current CV and short statement of your research interests and why you are interested in working with our lab group.
- Take a look at information about the department’s graduate program
- Take a look at some helpful resources about what it means to be a PhD student
- Survey on Doctoral Education
- An interesting blog post on The UnderStory about potential career paths for post-PhD Ecologists
- And, as always, some sage advice from the Dynamic Ecology blog, on how to choose a PhD program by Jeremy Fox and thoughts on applying to grad school by Meghan Duffy
- Send Sara an email with a current CV, a sample of your writing, and an explanation of your research interests and why you are interested in working with our lab group
We are always interested in collaborating with post-doctoral scholars with overlapping research interests. Please send Sara and email to discuss collaborative opportunities.