As a graduate student, networking and connecting with fellow student researchers is an important way to share information, discover innovative solutions to research problems, and even set up collaborations.
The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Interdisciplinary Student Organization (EEBISO) facilitates the formation of these connections by providing a relaxed setting for students to stay abreast of our ever-changing field(s), socialize with students from a vast array of departments and research backgrounds, have fun, and make lasting friendships and collaborations in the process.
Below is a list of some of the events the EEBISO hosts. All are student-run, with the goal of fostering leadership and community within the graduate students participating in EEB.
- Annual crawfish boil
- Assisting with other EEB-sponsored scientific activities such as the Ecological Integration Symposium (EIS)
- Outreach events such as Darwin Day
- Various other activities and socials
Follow the link to find out more about the leadership structure of EEBISO. Elections are held annually.
If you want to get on the EEBISO (student organization) listserv, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with SUBSCRIBE eebiso FirstName LastName in the body of the message.