Graduate student positions in behavioral ecology and evolution of crayfishes

Posted on November 16, 2022
Expires: January 31, 2023

The Crayfish Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Lab at West Liberty University in the northern panhandle of West Virginia is seeking graduate students to join the lab in Fall 2023 and future semesters. Research in our lab takes a comparative and integrative approach to explore and explain patterns of biodiversity throughout freshwater crayfishes. Projects often included a mixture of field and lab-based work. More information on the research that we conduct can be found on the lab website ( There are currently no fully funded projects within the lab, although graduate students will be supported through a graduate assistantship, which includes a tuition waiver and free on-campus housing. Pursuing external funding is encouraged and will be heavily supported. If interested, please contact Dr. Graham ( In your email, please include your CV, your experience with research, and why you are interested in applying to work in the lab.

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