The Joye research group often has openings for undergraduate, graduate, post doctoral, and research scientist positions. We seek motivated, responsible, curious, and enthusiastic individuals to become involved in laboratory and field research projects. The ability to work as part of a group, as well as independently, is critical as is the willingness to work long hours. Group members are paid for their time and receive valuable research experience as well.

Undergraduate students work with a Post Doctoral Associate or a Senior Ph.D. student and if interested, have the opportunity to develop an independent project for Honors Thesis research credit. Undergraduate researchers can earn co-authorship on publications by contributing substantially to the research effort.

We welcome applications from anyone keenly interested in our work, who has the capacity and drive to contribute to our exciting research endeavors.

Please visit our research pages to learn more about the research being done by the Joye research group.

Visit the contact us page for specific questions about the lab or for Dr. Joye.