Research Opportunity: Daniel R. Howard

I am broadly interested in the evolutionary patterns and causal mechanism associated with animal behavior, with a more specific interest in communication behavior and mating systems; as such I find the use of insect models ideal for the questions that drive my investigations. The techniques used in my lab draw from the fields of bioacoustics, neuroscience, classic ethology, field ecology, electrical and mechanical engineering, and spatial modelling. I am looking for undergraduate students interested in gaining research experience in the context of an Honors Thesis, Capstone, or Independent Study experience. Contact me with questions.

Start Date: 
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Work Type: 
For Credit
Thesis Project
Volunteer
Work-Study
Research Areas: 
Animals
Behavior
Conservation
Ecology
Neuroscience