About EEB

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

. . . Student field assistant workers needed for monarch roadkill surveys throughout Texas from October-December. For questions, please contact James Tracy; 254-217-1057.

The Fall EEB Seminar Series gets underway Monday, September 9, with a talk by Giri Athrey.  Get the full schedule of speakers and dates here. As always, refreshments 30 minutes prior.

. . . EEB Journal Club kicks off the semester on Friday, August 30, at O’Bannon’s.  More information on journal club and EEBISO here. 

. . .EEB/ABS Welcomes New Program Coordinator.  Meet and welcome our new Program Coordinator Nick Jacobsen at the EEB Fall General Meeting on August 26th from 3:30 to 5 pm in Rudder Tower, Room 510.

. . The Office of Professional & Graduate Studies call for nominations for PEO Scholar award.  This award provides a fellowship of  approximately $15,000 to an outstanding female scholar pursuing a doctoral degree. Since 2006, Texas A&M University has had more than 18 winners of this prestigious award! Find out more about PEO.

 

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Spotlight

EEB Welcomes New Core Faculty Member Thomas Chappell

Thomas Chappell is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in the
Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology at Texas A&M.  He has
longstanding interests in plants, diseases, and strategy.

Chappell received his Ph.D. in Biology from Duke University, and during
his graduate training in evolutionary genetics, developed a focus on
antagonistic coevolution between plants and their enemies.  During
postdoctoral work in entomology at NC State University, he studied
several insect-vectored plant pathosystems and implemented
software-based decision support tools for agricultural applications.

Today, the Chappell Lab uses modeling and analysis to understand and manage plant pathosystems, and
enjoys collaboration with entomologists studying pests and vectors.
Chappell takes an evolutionary ecology approach to many questions, and
has particular interest in advancing theory and practice concerning
evolution of resistance to agrochemicals.

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Upcoming Events

Mon 23

EEB Fall Seminar Series – Tamar Carter

September 23 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Mon 30

EEB Fall Seminar Series – Kerri Crawford

September 30 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Oct 07

EEB Fall Seminar Series – Rita Graze

October 7 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm