The Living with Locusts project invites applicants for two positions to join 
our dynamic, 
international, and interdisciplinary team. Start times can be flexible but the 
positions are 
available immediately. The positions will be primarily based in the lab of Dr. 
Cease where we connect lab and field research to understand mechanisms of 
ecological and organismal function across multiple levels. Successful 
candidates will 
also work closely with the insect physiology lab of Dr. Jon Harrison at ASU, in 
to more distantly working with our other collaborators. These collaborators 
natural scientists, social scientists, government agencies, community 
and farmers from North America and our field sites in Senegal, Australia, 
China, and 
Argentina. Please email Arianne ( with any questions.

RESEARCH SPECIALIST: The Research Specialist will perform and oversee a wide 
variety of standard laboratory procedures including insect husbandry, chemical 
analyses, and lab safety in the Cease Lab and new Insect Research Facilities at 
The successful candidate will oversee the running and maintenance of these 
which includes maintaining host plants to feed four locust species, learning to 
and maintain various laboratory equipment, running and coordinating 
experiments, and 
managing data and methods. To review and apply go to ASU Human Resources, click 
Internal or External Applicants, and in the “Requisition ID” section, type 

POSTDOC: The postdoctoral fellow will assist Dr. Arianne Cease with leading a 
team in Senegal, including frequent communication with academic and government 
collaborators. At ASU, the fellow will work jointly with the Cease and Harrison 
labs to 
design and carry out experiments that further our understanding of locusts in 
social-ecological system. The successful candidate will write manuscripts for 
publication and assist with or lead writing grant proposals. For details and to 
apply, visit

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