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We welcome inquiries from any undergraduate students who are looking to try out research in evolutionary ecology. Many students conduct research projects in our lab for academic course credit (see Bio 93/94 course description). We also have openings for work-study and volunteer positions during the academic year and summers. If you’re interested, please email Dr. Lewis in advance with a description of your biology background, main area of interest, your undergraduate transcript and a brief resume.
For Prospective Graduate Students
We welcome inquiries from any prospective graduate students who find themselves deeply fascinated by studies at the intersection of sexual selection, foraging ecology, and life history theory. Interested students should email Dr. Lewis directly with a brief email including a description of research interests, undergraduate coursework and GPA, and GRE scores. Information about our Ph.D. program and financial aid is available at the Tufts Department of Biology website.
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