Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
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From large to small, the photographer at large contest has us captivated!
With over 300 votes, we have a winner!
Two EEB First Paper Awards celebrate publication milestone
The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology is delighted to present the EEB First Paper Award to recognize students for their first lead-authored publications.
Cover story in Science: termites may have a larger role in
Most people think termites are a nuisance that consume wood in homes and businesses. But those termites represent less than 4% of all termite species worldwide.
Termites are critical in natural ecosystems—especially in the tropics—because they help recycle dead wood from trees. Without such decayers, the world would be piled high with dead plants and animals.
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EEB Thursday Seminar - Hybrid: #Findthatlizard: ecology, science outreach, and supporting underrepresented groups in herpetology and natural resources
Earyn McGee, Herpetologist, Science Communicator, and Creator of #FindThatLizard3:00 PM 1010 Biological Sciences Building
EEB Tuesday Lunch Seminar - Hybrid
Julia Eckberg, EEB Graduate Student12:00 PM 1010 Virtual
Snake & Salamander Spotlight1:00 PM Museum of Natural History
EEB Thursday Seminar - Hybrid
Melissa Kemp3:00 PM 1010 Biological Sciences Building
18th Annual Early Career Scientists Symposium
Global Change and Its Consequences for Green Life9:30 AM Matthaei Botanical Gardens