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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.

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News & Announcements

MASNA 2018-19 scholarships announced

… Latest publication from EEB core faculty member Jessica Light and WFSC colleague Michael Morrison along with EEB-affiliated students Oona Takano and Drew Anderson. [Journal of Mammology, April 2018]

… It’s that time again! Mark your calendar for Friday, April 27th for the EEB Annual Crawfish Boil! Details here.

R Workshop for ESSM, WFSC, EEB and ABS Grad Students, May 2, WFSC 315. Click here for more or see Events.

… Apply now for 2017-18 Graduate Student Travel Awards. $500, $750 and $1,000 awards available.

 

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Spotlight

Spotlight:  Megan Exnicios

Megan Exnicios graduated with a B.S. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a minor in Marine Biology from Tulane University.

Megan joined the Rosenthal Lab in the fall of 2016. She is broadly interested in animal behavior and the role behavior plays in mate choice. Finding a mate involves making decisions that can affect the fitness of the mating individual and the resulting offspring, and many factors come into play. She aims to look at one particular factor, the role that individual personality plays in making these decisions and the consequences. Do bold individuals tend to choose mates that are also bold, or do they prefer timid mates? She will be using two species of live-bearing freshwater fish – Xiphophorus malinche and X. birchmanni – and their hybrids to explore the effects of personality in mating preference.

Find out more about Megan at the Rosenthal Lab Web site.

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