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The Interdisciplinary Doctoral Degree Program in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) at Texas A&M University is represented by a group of faculty from multiple departments in several colleges within the university. The purpose of the IDDP in EEB is to integrate research programs related to the to the disciplines of ecology and evolutionary biology and heighten awareness of this important area of biological research within our institution.     >> More

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COVID UPDATES

… EEB Fall 2021 Seminar Series schedule is up.  Check it out.

EEB Graduate Student Research Grant call for proposals is now open. Submit your proposals to Nick Jacobsen by Nov. 12th!

… Texas A&M’s 2021 Genome Editing Virtual Symposium is October 28th. Register here!

… Congratulations to Dr. Jessica Light on her 2021 ACE Award!

… Congratulations to Amanda Beckman  on her  proposal defense!

See the latest PDF version of the NewsfEEB.

 

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Spotlight

We are excited to welcome a diverse and highly accomplished incoming cohort of twelve first-year PhD students this semester!

Click on the link to EEB’s September 2021 NewsfEEB to find out a little more about them! They are also listed in the Students section of the website.

Keith Andringa, Audelia Mechti, Vivian Peralta Santana, Nicole Stevens, Brooke Torjman, Chris Brennan, Matthew Marano, Ali Lira Olguin, Angela Haggard, Benton Fry, Andie Miller, Maria Alejandra Hurtado

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