Learn about the Reducetarian Movement established by E3B alum Brian Kateman and how you can effect change in the world
Follow Dr. Kevin Olival and NPR as they travel through natures biodiversity hot spot in the Borneo rain forest of Malaysia.
Red-necked Tanager Cyanocephala spotted by PhD student Pedro Piffer while conducting wildlife inventories to assess the impact of land use changes in the Atlantic Rainforest in São Paulo, Brazil.
Congrats Meredith VanAcker for winning best poster for the Application of Science to Policy Award at the American Museum of Natural History’s Student Conference on Conservation Science
E3B making a mark at the NEEP!! On Nov 5th at Northeastern Evolutionary Primatologists meeting, PhD student Nicole Thompson won runner up award for best podium presentation and MA student Lu Gao won best poster award! Great job ladies
Picture taken by M.A. student Nene Ugbah while studying the predatory and spatial behavior of dragonfly larvae in association with habitat and climate change
PhD Students enjoying the 2016 Welcome Retreat at Black Rock Forest
Kenyan elephant stops by to greet our students in the field. Read about the field semester abroad program, Tropical Biology and Sustainability in Kenya
PhD student Benton Taylor ran into a new friend while studing the role of nitrogen-fixing trees in tropical forest regeneration, in Costa Rica
Blue-throated Hummingbird in the Sonoran Desert, Arizona; picture taken by alumni Kaiya Lynn Provost
M.A. Student Yuki Haba, in Taiwan collecting individuals of an Asian burying beetle,Nicrophorus Nepalensis, to study behavioral adaptation using genetic/genomic information.