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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

Check out E3B Post Doc Kyle Davis’ paper on “Advances in Water Resources: Water limits to closing yield gaps” published in Science Direct. Great work […] Read More

Thanks to the Chapman Perelman Foundation, Columbia College announced a series of new courses, “Food: An Interdisciplinary Perspective,” to provide students with a holistic understanding […] Read More

What allow’s trees to survive or not in the borderline environment of Fairbanks Alaska? See the ongoing collaborative work of E3B’s Prof Kevin Griffin in […] Read More

Congratulations Shahid and Ruth named as two of 2016 Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers. The Highly Cited Researcher list is quite an impressive accomplishment […] Read More

Congratulations Eleanor Sterling on your receipt of two awards this month!!! Yale University has awarded Prof Sterling with the prestigious Wilbur Cross Medal. Her endless […] Read More

The Atlantic, recognizes E3B Undergrads and Prof Joshua Drew for research project which uncovers the ecological lasting effects of 19th-century whaling expeditions. Thanks to the […] Read More

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