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Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)

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A LOUD "GO BLUE" HAIL! Our 2020 – 2021 grad student award celebration

We are delighted to present a compilation of awards EEB graduate students earned throughout the 2020 -2021 academic year.

In Memoriam: Professor and Curator Emeritus Burch leaves indelible legacy in malacology

John "Jack" Burch had an extraordinary, long-lived, and highly influential career in science serving as professor and curator of mollusks at the University of Michigan since 1962 (Emeritus since 2001).

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A new approach to identify genetic boundaries of species could also impact policy

A new approach to genomic species delineation could impact policy and lend clarity to legislation for designating a species as endangered or at risk.

The coastal California gnatcatcher is an unassuming little gray songbird that's been at the epicenter of a legal brawl for nearly 28 years, ever since U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed it as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.

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