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Anderson Lab Summer Research


Program Overview

Students will conduct research using laboratory microcosms to examine issues related to the course themes of Biology 116 such as competition, predator-prey interactions, and how changes in environmental conditions alter these types of species interactions. This opportunity is only open to students enrolled in Biol. 116 as it is funded by an effort to link in-classroom teaching and independent research.



Current CNAS undergraduate students who have taken BIOL116 with Dr. Anderson are invited to apply for a 10-week summer research internship as part of the CNAS RISE Program.


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Kurt E. Anderson

Spring quarter by invitation only

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