Graduate position (Master’s, funded) on adaptation of singing insects to temperature change

The Fowler-Finn Lab (Saint Louis U) is recruiting a highly motivated Master’s student to start in Fall 2018 on a project investigating the impact of temperature variation on reproduction in vibrationally singing insects. This is part of an NSF-funded project combining field work and classic quantitative genetics within a population-comparative framework across a latitudinal gradient. The Fowler-Finn lab is a vibrant group of highly motivated and diverse scientists excited about vibrational communication, insects and arachnids, outreach education, and supporting diversity in STEM. For more information, visit the lab webpage ( or contact Dr. Fowler-Finn ( For best consideration, please apply by Jan 15!