The New York Times recognizes the ongoing research of Prof. Maria Uriarte and her team as they work to analyze how severe storms affect the amount of carbon forests pull out of the atmosphere and store.
Maria Uriarte awarded Microsoft grant to conduct ecology research in El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico: post the 2017 hurricane’s.
Check out our proactive grad students at the official site for GRASS. An introspective look at the E3B student community
Congratulations to all the winners of the E3B Photo Contest !!!! All of E3B came out to demonstrate yet another level of talent and the beauty in the hard work done by the E3B Community. Thank you everyone for participating and supporting this contest. The winners are:
E3B is launching its first ever department wide photography contest to highlight some of our favorite photos which reflect the work done by the E3B community.
Congratulations to Holly Fuong who recently won first prize for poster contribution at the annual Northeastern Evolutionary Primatology conference
Congratulations Vijay Ramesh and Emily Chou for winning “Best Talk for Best Use of Quantitative Methods in Conservation Research” (Vijay) and “Best Speed Talk for Best Use of Quantitative Methods in Conservation Research” (Emily) at AMNH’s Student Conference on Conservation Science
MA student Neha Savant in the field studying the genetic connectivity of long-tail salamander in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Neha is working closely with the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, a nonprofit that is fighting against the proposed PennEast pipeline that will run through many of the creeks where long tail salamanders are found
At the annual E3B MA & PhD retreat, our students take the time to fellowship while enjoying the beauty and serenity of Black Rock Forest.
E3B’s very own Rae Wynn-Grant was acknowledged by Black Enterprise Magazine as being “a rare species in her own right”. Read more about Rae’s research, journey and perspective here
Out in the world making strides in conservation and social justice, alumni Cynthia Malone sat down for an interview with Geek Girl Boss to discuss her journey as a black woman in conservation and social justice.