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



Who’s in the news?  Find out what our awesome EEB members have been up to in the  January2023 NewsfEEB! –  Emma Lehmberg, Paola Fascinetto-Zaga, Brad Wilcox, Chris Brennan, Vivian Peralta Santana, Jorge Medina Duran, Audelia Mechti, Natalie Aguirre, Arani Cuevas-Sanchez and more.  PLUS new publications and classes.

Thanks to Milton Torres Ceron for leading the effort with this issue.

And don’t forget to mark your calendars for EEB Graduate Recruitment February 12-14. And EIS is coming up March 30-31!


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Chris Brennan, member of Insect Physiology & Behavior Research Group under Dr. Spencer Behmer, won first place for his oral presentation in the Physiology/Biochemistry/Toxicology student section at
the recent Entomological Society of America meeting in Vancouver, BC.
  Congratulations, Chris!


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