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Taylor Lab: Student Opportunities

Students interested in graduate studies cave and karst invertebrate biology, or other aspects of invertebrate/bat biology, ecology, or conservation & management can contact Steve Taylor for information about possible opportunities.  Such opportunities depend on the availability of funding.  Graduate students working in the Taylor lab would need to have the Department of Entomology, the Department of Animal Biology, or the Program in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology as their home academic unit at the University of Illinois.  Please allow plenty of time for application and admission - you need to start earlier than you might think!   * I have retired and moved out of state, I am no longer accepting graduate students *

FieldCrewBats.jpgGroup photo during field crew training for summer 2017 bat work across Illinois as a part of our Illinois Bat Conservation Program.

Undergraduates interested in research might be able to sign up for the course IB390 to gain credit for research, after discussing this possibility with Steve Taylor.  University of Illinois undergraduates working in the life sciences & natural resources are also welcome to inquire about possible hourly work in the Taylor lab.  Volunteer positions will also be entertained, especially for promising students seeking to find a way to get a foot in the door in higher education.  * I have retired and I am no longer working with University of Illinois undergraduate students - but if you are a Colorado College student, go here *

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