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Team work makes the dream work. Several members of the E3B community collaborated to research the effectiveness and accuracy of Logarithmic scales in presenting ecological data. This study was recently published in Nature. Congratulations!!


E3B Instructor Dr. Leo Douglas took his Biodiversity Conservation class to a Patagonia store to learn about this sustainable clothing franchise and their revolutionary approach to profit based environmentalism and humanitarianism. See more here


We are delighted to acknowledge and congratulate E3B faculty members Dustin Rubenstein, Andres Bendesky and Deren Eaton whom were recently awarded grants via the Columbia provost: sTEAM Fellowship Program – A Team-based, Experiential Learning Research Program for Underrepresented Students (D. Rubenstein) and Principles & Practice in Modern Genomic Data Science (A. Bendesky, D. Eaton)

Occidental College students and faculty on a research trip to the La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica, June 2017. The group studies plants and animals of the tropical rain forest in an intensive and immersive program.
(Photo by Marc Campos, Occidental College Photographer)

Cheers to Benton Neil Taylor for successfully completing his Ph.D in Ecological and Evolutionary Biology. Congratulations and welcome to the E3B Alumni cohort!

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Congratulations Dr. Dustin Rubenstein on recently receiving the Global Scholars Fund for your research proposal “Adaptation to Changing Climates: A Field Immersion in China”.

Congratulations to EBHS students past and present who presented at the recent American Association of Physical Anthropologists meeting in Austin, Texas. Angelina Curley and Nick […] Read More

Kudos to MA student Valentine Kheng and Don Melnick on their recent publication in the International Journal of Primatology which was chosen to be the […] Read More

We are delighted to announce that E3B student Jeffrey Bailey was accepted (with scholarship) to The Columbia University School of Nursing for the Master of Science in […] Read More

Compliments to Dr. Dustin Rubenstein whom was recently elected as a Fellow of the American Ornithological Society

Congratulations PhD student Palani Akana!! Palani was recently awarded a Lead Teaching Fellow position by Columbia University’s Center for Teaching and Learning

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