Ecology and evolution in changing environments: Mechanisms to Responses

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The K-State Biology Site based REU Program is coordinated by the Ecological Genomics Institute, the Konza Prairie Biological Station, and by faculty and staff in the Division of Biology at Kansas State University.  The K-State Biology REU program has been offered annually since 1995, and runs for 10 weeks each summer.  To date, participants in the Biology REU program have included 196 students selected from 120 colleges and universities in 34 different states.  Please tour our REU website for more information about our program!  We welcome enquiries at any time from prospective students who are interested in participating in the Summer REU Site Program in the Division of Biology at Kansas State University.  The research theme of the REU Site program for 2012-2014 is "Ecology and Evolution in Changing Environments: Mechanisms to Responses.”   The deadline for new applications is March 1 for each year of the program.  This website is usually updated with lists of mentors and available projects each fall, please check back after mid-November for new information.  For further information, please contact the REU Program Coordinator via the contact information below.

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Welcome to the K-State Biology REU Site!

Division of Biologyhttp://ksu.edu/biology

Acknowledgements: The Research Experiences for Undergraduates Site Program in the Division of Biology at Kansas State University has been supported by the National Science Foundation under seven grants for REU Site research: DBI-9322177 (1995), DBI-9531310 (1996-1998), DBI-9820302 (1999-2001), DBI-0243890 (2003-2005), DBI-0552930 (2006-2008), DBI-0851835 (2009-2011), and DBI-1156571 (2012-2014).  Additional financial support for student participants has been provided by REU Supplementary Grants to individual investigators, the  Strategies for Ecology Education, Development and Sustainability (SEEDS) program of the Ecological Society of America, the Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (SUROP), and the McNair Scholar’s Program of Kansas State University.  Any opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed in the materials on this website are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or other sponsors.

Dr. Bruce A. Snyder (Primary Contact)

Division of Biology

116 Ackert Hall

Manhattan, KS 66506

phone: 785-532-2430

fax: 785-532-6653

email: basnyder@ksu.edu

       


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Dr. Ted Morgan.

Division of Biology

116 Ackert Hall

Manhattan, KS 66506

phone: 785-532-6126

fax: 785-532-6653

email: tjmorgan@ksu.edu