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Archives for July 2016
… The 2016 OSOS Workshop will be held August 26 – 28. Sign up now!
… We’re changing the look of the website. Bear with us.
… From Grace Smarsh: Hey EEBers! We are excited that our review, “The origins and diversity of bat songs,” is finally out! [Springer]
… From Jeffery Tomberlin and the F.L.I.E.S. Facility: Congratulations to Brandon Lyons on successfully publishing his MS research. Another great collaboration with Dr TC Crippen!!
“Susceptibility of Alphitobius diaperinus in Texas to permethrin and β-cyfluthrin treated surfaces” in Pest Management Science.
… And more from Ben Wu! Ben was a member of the committee that developed a new report of the National Academies “Barriers and Opportunities for 2-Year and 4-Year STEM Degrees: Systemic Change to Support Students’ Diverse Pathways.” [National Academies Press]
The Ph.D. program in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (EEB) at Texas A&M University is soliciting exceptional applicants for a Fall 2016 start date (deadline December 15, 2015).
What is EIS?
In this free annual event, a diverse array of renowned scientists come together to speak about ecology, evolutionary biology and conservation. We also host a student symposium where undergraduate and graduate students present their research.
January 2015 – GREAT NEWS!
We are pleased to announce that EEB is now an official PhD granting program! Congratulations to all who worked so diligently to make this happen!
August 2014 — 1 hour graduate course on best practices in laboratory management. The course will be meet on Monday and Wednesday during the month of November. Participation is limited to 15 graduate students, but postdocs can audit the course with permission from the instructors. Contact Dorothy Shippen.