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Congrats to members of the Rubenstein Lab on their accomplishments! Shailee Shah won an honorable mention for her presentation at the North American Ornithological Conference. […] Read More

Congratulations to E3B PhD student Anika Petach Staccone who won an honorable mention for the Elizabeth Sulzman Award for her Global Biogeochemicals Cycles paper at […] Read More

In honor of the June 10, 2020 #ShutDownSTEM, we would like to share a document created by E3B MA alum Brandi Cannon that provides resources […] Read More

Congratulations to graduating E3B PhD student Thomas Bytnerowicz and postdoc Shana Caro on being awarded the Stengl-Wyer Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Texas at […] Read More

The E3B office staff will be working from home starting Friday, March 13th. The department will continue to be fully functional and operating (just from […] Read More

Congratulations to E3B Professor Duncan Menge on being named one of this year’s Lenfest Distinguished Columbia Faculty awardees! The Lenfest Distinguished Columbia Faculty Awards recognizes […] Read More

Please note that applications are no longer being accepted for this position. E3B Hiring Assistant Professor – The Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology […] Read More

Congratulations to E3B professor Ruth DeFries on being named a Highly Cited Researcher for 2019! Each year, the Web of Science Group identifies the world’s most […] Read More

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: The Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology no longer requires GREs for admission to the Ph.D. or the M.A. program.

Congratulations to E3B PhD student Sebastian Heilpern! Sebastian won Best Student Talk in Aquatic Ecology for his presentation “Community consequences of indiscriminate overharvest in large tropical rivers” at […] Read More

A complete skull belonging to an early human ancestor has been recovered in Ethiopia. A composite of the 3.8 million-year-old cranium of Australopithecus anamensis is […] Read More

E3B Professor Ruth DeFries coauthored “The Amazon is in flames. But Brazil’s past can show the path forward.” for the Washington Post! Click the link to […] Read More

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