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  • Our Mission

    E3B’s mission is to educate a new generation of scientists and practitioners in the theory and methods of ecology, evolution, and environmental biology. Our educational programs emphasize a multi-disciplinary perspective to understand life on Earth from the level of organisms to global processes that sustain humanity and all life.

  • Our Mission

    E3B’s mission is to educate a new generation of scientists and practitioners in the theory and methods of ecology, evolution, and environmental biology. Our educational programs emphasize a multi-disciplinary perspective to understand life on Earth from the level of organisms to global processes that sustain humanity and all life.

  • Our Mission

    E3B’s mission is to educate a new generation of scientists and practitioners in the theory and methods of ecology, evolution, and environmental biology. Our educational programs emphasize a multi-disciplinary perspective to understand life on Earth from the level of organisms to global processes that sustain humanity and all life.

  • Our Mission

    E3B’s mission is to educate a new generation of scientists and practitioners in the theory and methods of ecology, evolution, and environmental biology. Our educational programs emphasize a multi-disciplinary perspective to understand life on Earth from the level of organisms to global processes that sustain humanity and all life.

From the Field

Shailee Shah Starling

PhD student, Shailee Shah, was recently featured by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Youtube channel.

Shailee’s research on the breeding ecology of Superb Starlings gives young scientists a first hand look at the wonders of field work.

Don Melnick 316

Dr. Don Melnick, Thomas Hunt Morgan Professor of Conservation Biology, was elected to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in March 2019. The CFR is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to being a resource for public sector, private sector, and civil society leaders in order to help them better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries. Professor Melnick, who has advised heads-of-state, ministers of foreign affairs, and minsters of environment, as well as the UN, hopes to use his CFR membership to further efforts to bring environmental science into national and international policy discussions.

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