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 disciplines of ecology and evolutionary biology and heighten awareness of this important area of biological research within our institution.     >> More



   Watch KBTX interview EEB students Oluwaseun  Ajileye (Light lab) and Steve Caird (Yorzinski lab) ahead of our March 1st Darwin Day celebration.

Registration and abstract submission links are up for EIS 2024!

The EEB e-store still has merch.  Check it out!

The full EEB Spring 2024 Seminars schedule is up. Take a look!

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Serena Farrell is an EEB PhD student in the lab of Spencer Behmer, investigating the molecular physiology of insects and how they interact with their environment.  Serena was featured in an ECR spotlight for an article she authored in the Journal of Experimental Biology while an undergraduate student at California State University San Marcos.

Find out more about Serena and work and read the linked article.

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