Research Coordination Network
Dr. Buck is the head of the G2P2Pop Research Coordination Network. The primary aim of the Research Coordination Network (RCN) is to assemble a diverse, interdisciplinary, multi-institutional, multinational network of scientists to tackle the urgent challenge of predicting how populations and species of vertebrates will respond to a changing climate by integrating knowledge across levels of biological organization.
In addition, the g2p2pop RCN provides up to five laboratory exchanges of $3,000 or less per year. Laboratory exchanges provide undergraduate and graduate students, and post-doctoral scholars a stipend for travel from their home institution to a lab at another institution where they would like to conduct research, learn something new, and/or collaborate with the researchers in the host lab. This funding is made possible by support from the National Science Foundation. Visit the RCN website for more info.
Post doc and visiting scholar opportunities
The Buck Lab is always eager to collaborate with other students, professors, and institutions. Please contact Dr. Buck to reach out, or take a look at our Meet the Team page and contact the person who is most closely aligned with your study idea or specimen.
Masters & Doctoral opportunities
If you would like to pursue a Masters or PhD in the Buck Lab, please contact Dr. Buck. For general NAU graduate school information, please visit the NAU Biological Sciences graduate student info page.