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Ruth DeFries co-authored a recent study of the 2015 Indonesian forest fires which determined over 100,000 people have died prematurely due to exposure of fine […] Read More

PhD student Nicole Thompson, was recently awarded grants from the Animal Behavior Society, LSB Leakey Foundation and the American Society of Primatologists for her study […] Read More

Compliments to E3B PhD student Brian Weeks, M.A. alum Nichar Gregory and Shahid Naeem just published a paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences […] Read More

Congratulations to Stephanie Sardelis on her first paper published last month. The paper titled “Not Pulling up the Ladder: Women Who Organize Conference Symposia Provide Greater […] Read More

In partnership with Princeton University, Columbia offers a field semester abroad program in Kenya on Tropical Biology and Sustainability Program.  Spring 2017 will mark the 5th […] Read More

Sapient, the undergraduate journal of biological anthropology, is happy to announce the launch of their new website http://www.sapientjournal.com. In addition to this new endeavor the […] Read More

Each year, students in the United States compete for the EPA’s Science To Achieve Results (STAR) graduate fellowship program. Only a select few are awarded […] Read More

Honorary degree of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences from McGill University is to be awarded to E3B Prof. Ruth DeFries. For more information on this event […] Read More

CONGRATULATIONS Prof. DeFries !!! We are proud to announce that our very own Ruth DeFries has recently been appointed as a University Professor, which is […] Read More

The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards have been announced for 2016.  This year the NSF received close to 17,000 applications and made […] Read More

E3B Ph.D. alum Mary Heskel and E3B Chair Kevin Griffin are among the authors on a paper just published in PNAS. Convergence in the temperature […] Read More

Save the date! Tuesday, May 10th 3pm. Graduating M.A. students will be giving their thesis presentations.

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