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The Diuk-Wasser Lab is looking to hire a part time lab technician for molecular and field work on tick-borne disease pathogens! Check out the job […] Read More

E3B PhD students Pooja Choksi, Sarika Khanwilker, and Vijay Ramesh have launched their website on Project Dhvani using bioacoustics! Check it out here: The […] Read More

E3B Chair Shahid Naeem was quoted in The Guardian! Click here to read the article: How much is an elephant worth? Meet the ecologists doing […] Read More

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.

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