Undergraduate Researchers

Joining the Eggert lab as an undergraduate researcher provides a valuable learning experience in ecology, genetics, geography, and writing. If you are interested in becoming an undergraduate researcher, please contact Dr. Eggert with your CV/Resume and transcripts. Please realize that research projects are mostly lab driven although there are a few opportunities for field work when working on local species.

Research positions are very competitive and our undergraduate researchers are among the best and brightest in Biology and Natural Resources! 

The undergraduate researchers currently in the Eggert Lab are:

Madison Harris

Studying Black Bears with the MDC

Kaitlin Sulkowski

Studying Neosho Smallmouth Bass with Joe Gunn
Christine Sholy
Studying Ringed Salamanders with Jake Burkhart

Emily Smith

Studying Raccoons with Dr. Eggert

Molly Garrett
Studying Asian Elephants with Kris Budd