Last summer, I began working as a postdoc at the University of Houston. I was initially unsure about the move, but I am pleasantly surprised with the city and the university. There is a strong, core group in ecology and evolutionary biology here. Thus I pass on this student recruitment letter, with the mention that if you attend school here, you will get to hang out with Prof. Steve Steve.
The Department of Biology and Biochemistry at the University of Houston (UH) welcomes applications for its graduate program in Evolutionary Biology and Ecology for Fall 2010. The following faculty in the area of Evolutionary Biology and Ecology are seeking graduate students for their labs:
Blaine Cole (email@example.com) — Evolution and social behavior
Dan Graur (firstname.lastname@example.org) — Theoretical molecular evolution
Diane Wiernasz (email@example.com) — Ecological genetics
George Fox (firstname.lastname@example.org) — Experimental evolution and origin of life
Gregg Roman (email@example.com) — Evolution of behavior
Rebecca Zufall (firstname.lastname@example.org) — Genome and molecular evolution
Ricardo Azevedo (email@example.com) — Evolution
Steve Pennings (firstname.lastname@example.org) — Community ecology
Tim Cooper (email@example.com) — Experimental evolution
Tony Frankino (firstname.lastname@example.org) — Evolution of complex traits
Yuriy Fofanov (email@example.com) — Evolutionary bioinformatics
For more information regarding the Evolutionary Biology and Ecology graduate program at UH see:
The deadline for application of prospective students is April 1st, 2010, but students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.