- The Capps Lab is looking for an undergraduate researcher in urban streams for the summer!
- REU Opportunity at the Savannah River Ecology Lab
- Capps Lab Annual Holiday Celebration
- Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program–Now Accepting Applications!
- AQUATROP CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSIONS PROPOSALS Call open: October 1 – November 17, 2017
Monthly Archives: January 2017
Julie kicking butt with a power washer and cleaning experimental tanks Nate and Keysa advertising the awesome Odum merchandise for the Graduate Student Symposium! Nate and Keysa advertising the awesome Odum merchandise for the Graduate Student Symposium!
REU: Declining water quality and increasing human health risks associated with failing water infrastructure
Project Description: https://daphnia.ecology.uga.edu/reu/?p=1068 Application Information: https://daphnia.ecology.uga.edu/reu/?page_id=11 Globally, failing water infrastructure has been linked to declining water quality and increased exposure to contaminants, and potentially harmful bacteria infections including, but not limited to Escherichia coli. To assess temporal and spatial changes in the … Continue reading
The Population Biology of Infectious Diseases REU Site @ UGA is now accepting applications for Summer 2017
The Population Biology of Infectious Diseases REU Site is a nine-week, NSF-funded, experiential learning program at the University of Georgia to train undergraduates in scientific methods at the intersections of quantitative and experimental studies in infectious disease biology. Participating students’ … Continue reading
The Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology is a meeting of stream ecologists held approximately every four-five years aiming to further the scientific study of stream ecosystems in urban landscapes. The fourth symposium will be held at Haw River State Park, … Continue reading
The Capps Lab has officially moved (online)!