Interested in joining the Kim lab? Click here for quick tips on how to contact me for both grad school and undergrad opportunities. In general, sending me a cover letter describing your research interests, unofficial copies of transcripts, and CV are enough to get the conversation going! For specific opportunities, see below.
Prospective graduate students and postdocs
I currently do not have funding for graduate students and postdocs. Please come back to this site when opportunities become available. I am happy to help write fellowships such as the USDA postdoctoral fellowships (May 21, 2021), NSF postdoctoral fellowship (2020 closed), and L’Oreal Postdoctoral Women in Science fellowship (2021 closed) and the Smith Conservation Postdoctoral Fellowship (2020 closed), and NSF GRFP (2021 closed).
I am currently looking for undergraduate students interested in participating in the following projects during the fall and winter semesters.
- Habitat fragmentation effects on insect biodiversity using lab microcosms and field experiments
2. Insect pollinator and predator inventory in grassland and agricultural landscapes
3. Students also interested in Plant Health should also consider our REEU with the Plant Pathology Department. For more information, click here.