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August 2018

  • Our grads rock: EEB's Outstanding Paper of the Year goes to...Paul Glaum!
  • Research feature: Frigid polar oceans, not balmy coral reefs, are species-formation hot spots for marine fishes
  • New video: E.S. George Reserve turtle research and more
  • Alumni news: Suding wins ESA MacArthur Award
  • ECSS 2018: Ecology and Evolution of Color: an exciting, emerging frontier in integrative biology
  • Green Life Sciences Symposium 2018: Plant-Environment Interactions Across Scales
  • EEB is moved into the BSB
  • Science fun fact: Birds (and dinos) of a feather

May 2018

  • Our grads rock: Zombie plants!? Not exactly -- but...
  • Research feature: the honeymoon is over: decades-long trends, not flawed vaccine, explain resurgent whooping cough
  • U-M EEB graduate program ranked sixth in nation
  • Alumni news: M. Jahi Chappell publishes book "Beginning to End Hunger"
  • EEB is on the move!
  • Green Life Sciences Symposium 2018: Plant-Environment Interactions Across Scales
  • Science fun fact: Snowy owls don't need fuzzy slippers
  • EEB buzz ... alumni scoop

February 2018

  • Our grads rock: EEB First Paper Award celebrates publication landmark
  • Research feature: experimental burn at UMBS extends forest recovery research to over a century
  • EEB is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Alumni news: Nancy Williams Walls. Her life. Her legacy.
  • Researchers publish first compendium of vascular plant species of the Americas
  • Early Career Scientists Symposium 2018: Ecology and Evolution of Color
  • EEB photo contest: a venomous frog hops to first place
  • Science fun fact
  • Hop, skip, run, leap: Unpredictability boosts survival for bipedal desert rodents

August 2017

  • Our grads rock: EEB+FEMMES=a great partnership
  • Research feature: Three species of tiny frogs discovered in Peruvian Andes
  • TOP U-M HONOR: Hunter named Distinguished University Professor
  • Alumni news: Cheng wins ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Honorable Mention
  • What's up in EEB:Faculty member testifies in DC about plastic debris in water
  • Inaugural Digital Data in Biodiversity Research Conference hosted by U-M museums
  • Science fun fact: A1 coral reef fertilizer

Natural Selections, printed newsletters

Fall 2017

  • Research Museums Center
  • Alumni Profile with Senay Yitbarek and Theresa Ong
  • Chair's note
  • Thurnau Professors, Deborah Goldberg, Patricia Wittkopp and John Vandermeer
  • New faculty feature: Protecting livelihoods and food sources for Caribbean islanders, Jacob Allgeier
  • New faculty feature: Evolution of avian migration, Ben Winger
  • Photo Contest highlights 2016

Fall 2016

  • An early scientific power couple revisited: Herb and Florence Wagner
  • Alumni Profile with Callie Chappell
  • Chair's note
  • Untangling vital ocean processes that affect our planet. Faculty feature Melissa Duhaime
  • Do you love your job enough to clomp through cow patties? Faculty feature Alison Rabosky.
  • Soil science may hold underground secrets to help battle climate change. Grad profile Nicholas Medina
  • Photo contest winners

Fall 2015

  • Nature Boom Time! Coming soon to a screen near you
  • True blue. A perennial teacher and student of life
  • Chair's note
  • Infectious enthusiasm:Wildlife ecologist brings multi-faceted research program to EEB
  • Biodiversity research on Mexican organic coffee farm makes headlines
  • Getting to know you: unique scientific illustration class explores UMMZ collections
  • ‘Tree of life’ for 2.3M species released
  • EEB photo contest winners

Fall 2014

  • Curious child becomes renowned ecologist 
  • Why did the turtle cross the road?
  • Chair’s note
  • Answers to Earth’s crises may be found in surprising places
  • New chair Ó Foighil takes helm of EEB
  • EEB photo contest winners