Undergraduate Research Assistants: Boughman Lab

Do you want to get some research experience? Do you like fish? Are you interested in organismal biology?

The Boughman Lab is looking for undergraduate assistants to help with evolution and behavioral research on stickleback fish this summer. They are especially interested in students at all levels with some background in biology and a keen interest in being part of a research team, and students who might continue in the lab during the academic year. Undergraduate assistants help by caring for fish, and collecting data on morphology and behavior. The Boughman Lab has hosted many undergraduates and provides a great environment to learn about research and gain lab skills.

We would like someone to start working before the end of the Spring term if possible, and no later than May. Hours negotiable. 

If you are interested, contact Dr. Boughman at boughman@msu.edu

Send a resume, a summary transcript (does not have to be official) and a cover letter indicating your interest.