Dr. James Pease's WFU Resource Page

My Research


http://www.peaselab.org

The Pease Lab is a collaborative research group using genomic analysis to study evolutionary connections between genes, traits, and the environment. We welcome interested students from all majors, programs, and experience levels.

Dr. Pease's ZSR e-Book List (books on evolution, genomics, etc.)


Biology Major Advising

Dr. Pease's Biology Major Advising Info


STEM Scholarship and Fellowships

WFU Scholars Program

Join the STEM Scholars email list

The Big Spreadsheet of STEM Scholarships and Fellowships


Goldwater Scholarship

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One or two years of academic scholarship for 2nd- and 3rd-year students with achievements in the classroom and research lab in STEM subjects.

Program Information
WFU Goldwater Process (WFU login required)
Application for nomination (the Pre-Application) is now open and available at https://goldwaterscholarship.gov/ (due Nov 15)
Contact Dr. Pease directly via email with questions and to receive more information.


Churchill Scholarship

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Full funding for a one-year Master's Program at Cambridge University to highly qualified graduating students with STEM research experience.

Program Information
Churchill 2023 Application Instructions
WFU Churchill Process (WFU login required)
Applications for nomination are due to the Scholars Program on August 31.
Contact Dr. Pease directly via email with questions and to receive more information.


NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program

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A three-year graduate research fellowship awarded individually to the student and usable at any U.S. Ph.D. program. Students may apply an unlimited number of times before graduate enrollment, but then only once in their first two years of graduate school. (Eligible fields include psychology and science education.)

NSF Program Information
WFU Scholars Program Tips (WFU login required)
Applications are due for different subject areas starting in October.
Contact Dr. Pease directly via email with questions and to receive more information.


Advice

Getting Started in Research

How do I plan for STEM grad school and fellowships?

Is applying “worth it?”

Whom should I ask for letters of recommendation?

Dr. Pease's Science Writing Tips