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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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See all these items and more in the DECEMBER 2021 NewsfEEB!

Congratulations to EEB’s Dr. Greg Sword on being named a Texas A&M University Regents Professor!

EEB had another great year. Check out the newsletter for highlights (proposal defenses, doctoral defenses, awards and recognitions, new faculty) and lots of photos to show you what we’ve been up to!

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Dr. Courtney Fitzpatrick joined the TAMU Biology Department and EEB program this Fall 2021. Dr. Fitzpatrick received her B.A. in visual art from University of North Carolina Chapel Hill before working in the nonprofit sector at The Hetrick-Martin Institute. Dr. Fitzpatrick then completed her PhD in Biology at Duke University followed by two postdoctoral fellowships. Visit Dr. Fitzpatrick’s lab website to learn more.

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