The annual Princeton, Penn, Rutgers, Columbia (PPRC) PhD student conference hosted by E3B
From the Field
Cheers to Stephanie Sardelis and Brandi Cannon who won first and second place at the Master’s SynThesis Competition !!!
Prof Don Melnick and E3B alumn Vijay Ramesh have helped to formulate a more accurate estimate of plant and animal extinction risk. This study which will appear in the journal Biological Conservation indicates a considerably higher number of at risk species. For more information please review the press release on Columbia’s front page.
We ♥ Science. See the E3B community demonstrating and supporting the importance of science funding at the March for Science
Learn about the Reducetarian Movement established by E3B alum Brian Kateman and how you can effect change in the world
News & Updates
Congratulations Prof Kevin Griffin for being selected to receive a 2017 A&S Catalyst Grant for your work in “Reducing the Catastrophic Effects of Oak Wild […] Read More
We are delighted to congratulate Prof Don Melnick for being selected as a recipient for the President’s Global Innovation Fund. Prof Melnick’s research is focusing […] Read More
Congratulations PhD student Holly Fuong on your recent NSF Graduate Research Fellowship award!!
The annual Princeton, Penn, Rutgers, Columbia (PPRC) Phd student conference, will be held here at Columbia this Saturday, May 6th. The conference will run from […] Read More
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