This page has guest lectures and similar irregular teaching duties.
Phylogenetics and Conservation: upper-level undergrad/intro grad student class, normally taught by Paul Armsworth. Formats: Apple Keynote, QuickTime movie, PDF. Covers phyogenetic diversity and use of phylogenies for predicting species risk. Oct. 22, 2010.
EEB409 (undergraduate course on perspectives in ecology and evolution)
Enrollment: 13 students
Syllabus: pdf [note: later changed to give quizzes on both days of week, not just reading discussion days]
Potential students: Our lab needs motivated students. Deadline for grad students is Dec. 15, annually. See info here. Accepted students are guaranteed funding through TAships, though other funds may be sought, too. Though our lab is mostly about creating and applying tools in order to understand evolutionary questions, it's possible (and often a good idea) for a student to be jointly advised in a more empirical lab.
Everyone: Check NIMBios deadlines for funds for postdocs, visitors, working groups, etc.