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The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) Interdisciplinary Doctoral Degree Program integrates independent research programs related to the disciplines of ecology and evolutionary biology to heighten awareness of this important area of biological research within Texas A&M University. Read more about us.


News & Announcements

… The May NewsfEEB is ready to read! Don’t miss the goodbye to Gil Rosenthal.  Thanks to Michael McCloy for leading this month’s effort.

CONGRATULATIONS to the following EEB students and faculty:

Tori Spencer
for receiving the NSF GRFP

Natalie Aguirre
for GRFP Honorable Mention

Dr. Jessica Light for receiving the ACE Diversity Service Faculty Award

Michael McCloy
for receiving the ESA’s Graduate Student Policy Award

… Application is now open for the 2021-22 Dissertation Fellowship.  Submission deadline is 5:00 pm CDT on Friday, May 14th.

… Check out the very interesting TED talk by this year’s E O Wilson Naturalist Award winner, Toby Kiers.

… Annual summer short course on One Health Outbreak Investigation, taught by instructors at UTMB, UTRGV, and TAMU. It will be mostly virtual this summer. The course is open to MD, DVM, PhD, MS, MPH students. Please apply or learn more at the links in the flyer.  [One Health flyer].


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Alyson Brokaw is a Ph.D. candidate in the Smotherman Lab with an imminent dissertation defense scheduled for December 9th. Alyson joined the Smotherman Lab at the dawn of the EEB program following completion of her M.S. in the Szewczak lab at Humboldt State University where she began her academic journey studying bat sensory ecology, olfaction, neurophysiology, and bat behavior.  Read more in the December NewsfEEB.

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