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E3B would like to congratulate Sarah Ricklan and Ian Hewitt for being apart of the 10 percent of the Columbia College graduating class to be elected […] Read More

Reducetarian, a term coined by E3B alum Brian Kateman, is a person who is deliberately reducing his or her consumption of meat. Now you can […] Read More

Best of luck to Stephanie Sardelis, Brandi Cannon, Sarah Bruner and Grace Musser whom are now finalist in the Master’s SynThesis Competition. If you would like to attend the […] Read More

PhD candidate Benton Taylor is one of six recipients selected to receive the 2017 ESA Graduate Student Policy Award. This award provides graduate students with […] Read More

March Mammal Madness, co-founded by E3B’s Josh Drew, receives notoriety from NPR. Cheers to the coordinators and participants for the innovative approach to teaching and discovering […] Read More

Congratulations Ruth DeFries!! On March 31, 2017, Ruth DeFries will receive a facultary honorary doctorate at KU Leuven for her indispensable work on sustainable development, […] Read More

Congratulations PhD students Sian Kou-Giesbrecht on your recent NSERC Graduate Research Fellowship award!!

Congratulations PhD students Anika Petach and Stephanie Schmiege on your recent NSF Graduate Research Fellowship awards!!

Check out March Mammal Madness founded by Katie Hinde and E3B’s Josh Drew in 2014. A fun, competitive and educational tournament teaching students and spectators about […] Read More

PhD candidate Thomas Bytnerowicz was recently interviewed by the Huffington Post regarding the EPA’s grant freeze under the new Trump administration. Tom’s perspective helps to […] Read More

Cheers to Maria Diuk-Wasser for receiving a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to spearhead a Northeast Regional Center for Excellence in […] Read More

Congratulations to EBHS student Sarah Ricklan who was inducted this January to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society for her intellectual ambition and academic achievement. For […] Read More

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