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E3B PhD student Meredith VanAcker’s research on tick exposure in New York City was recently discussed in the Uptowner


2018 Annual E3B BBQ. Starting the academic year with great food, great conversation and great energy.

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E3B Chair Shahid Naeem, faculty and returning students welcome incoming MA and PhD students at the 2018 E3B Orientation


New paper by Ben Taylor and Duncan Menge out in NaturePlants shows that light regulates nfix more strongly than soil nitrogen in Pentaclethra macroloba symbioses in LaSelva

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Congratulations E3B Post Doc Kyle Davis. Kyle recently won the 2018 “Science for Solutions” award from the American Geophysical Union

Employment Opportunity OFFICE / ADMIN SUPPORT E3B seeks an Administrative Assistant for a congenial academic department office. Duties include filing, delivery and pick up of […] Read More

Dr. Dustin Rubenstein recently received the Global Scholars Fund for his research proposal on “Adaptation to Changing Climates: A Field Immersion in China”. Wonderful work!

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

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