We are always excited to welcome new students, postdocs, and summer technicians into the lab. If there are any available opportunities, they will be listed here.
I mentor both M.S. and Ph.D. students interested in Clemson’s Entomology Program, which is part of the Plant and Environmental Science Department. Students are typically funded through grants that I have secured, but I strongly encourage interested students to work with me to seek their own funding sources. I am happy to help with fellowship application development.
I am not currently seeking students for funded projects, but you can apply for funding through the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program or the Ford Foundation Fellowship Program. There may also be funding available through Clemson Entomology’s Nettles Fellowship. Existing students can secure additional funds for their research through Southern SARE Graduate Student Grants or USDA NIFA Predoctoral Fellowships. The Entomology Program also has opportunities for supplementing graduate fellowships and supporting research and travel.
If you are interested in working in my lab, please contact me via email with your CV and a 1 page personal statement describing your broad research interests, any relevant experience, and a description of what you’d be interested in working on.
Occasionally, I will have funding opportunities for postdocs, which will be listed here. I strongly encourage interested postdocs to apply for fellowships and I am happy to help strong candidates develop their applications. Potential sources of funding for postdoctoral fellowships are:
If you are interested in working in my lab, please contact me via email with your CV, a cover letter, and what funding opportunity you are interested in.
We are very busy during the field season (April-September) and are usually looking for undergraduates or recent college graduates to assist with projects. We are currently seeking applicants for these positions. Please contact Rebecca via email with your CV if you are interested in working with us this year.