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Check out our proactive grad students at the official site for GRASS. An introspective look at the E3B student community

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Congratulations to all the winners of the E3B Photo Contest !!!! All of E3B came out to demonstrate yet another level of talent and the beauty in the hard work done by the E3B Community. Thank you everyone for participating and supporting this contest. The winners are:


E3B is launching its first ever department wide photography contest to highlight some of our favorite photos which reflect the work done by the E3B community.

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Congratulations Vijay Ramesh and Emily Chou for winning “Best Talk for Best Use of Quantitative Methods in Conservation Research” (Vijay) and “Best Speed Talk for Best Use of Quantitative Methods in Conservation Research” (Emily) at AMNH’s Student Conference on Conservation Science


MA student Neha Savant in the field studying the genetic connectivity of long-tail salamander in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Neha is working closely with the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, a nonprofit that is fighting against the proposed PennEast pipeline that will run through many of the creeks where long tail salamanders are found

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Employment Opportunity at E3B Columbia University invites applications for a Lecturer position in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology. E3B represents broad interests […] Read More

Two of the worlds most highly cited researchers call E3B home. Congratulations Ruth DeFries and Shahid Naeem who were identified by Clarivate Analytics in their […] Read More

Cheers to PhD student Ben Taylor who recently published a paper in PNAS showing that nitrogen-fixing trees inhibit the regeneration of Costa Rican rainforests. His […] Read More

Starting this academic year off with a bang, MA student Christian Rivera’s article on “Exploitation of endangered mammals in the United States” was recently published […] Read More

E3B Alumni and faculty collab to show how Pokemon can teach you about ecology. Josh Drew and Stephanie Sardelis recent publication “Using A Game-to-Class Pipeline […] Read More

Dr Joshua Drew, E3B Lecturer and M.A. Program Advisor, contributed to the recent publication of “Collecting for the Future: Museums, Communities, and Climate Change” with the […] Read More

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