Below is a list of research opportunities within EEB for undergraduates. These opportunities are posted by EEB faculty and graduate students who have openings in their labs and/or a chance for undergraduates to gain research experience outside of the classroom.
In addition to the opportunities listed below, you may also wish to
check out these additional resources for undergraduate research:
- UT’s Office of Undergraduate Research
- Pathways to Science
- The Student Opportunity Center provides a database of thousands
of events, publications, and experiential learning opportunities.
Additional places to look for research opportunities are: the Ecolog Listserv, Texas A&M’s Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences job board, the Society for Conservation Biology jobs board, and the Evolution Directory (EvolDir).
|Michael Gilchristfirstname.lastname@example.org||Mathematical & computational biology, evolution of protein coding sequences||Ongoing||Course credit/Volunteer|
|Elizabeth Derryberryemail@example.com||Fieldwork/nest surveys on population of tree swallows w/ possibility of developing independent research project||Until filled||Course credit/Volunteer|
|Brian O’Mearafirstname.lastname@example.org||Until filled||Course credit/Volunteer|
|Mike Blumemail@example.com||Variation in functional traits of coastal plants that contribute to marsh sediment accretion. Email Kayci Messerly if interested!||Ongoing||Course credit/Volunteer|
EEB faculty and graduate students who have new undergraduate research opportunities to post may submit them here.