The Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior is for students interested in the biology of organisms, from the scale of molecules to ecosystems.
The program provides broad training in the general areas of ecology, evolution, and animal behavior, and specialized courses and research in vertebrate and invertebrate zoology; behavior and ethology; evolution; population genetics; molecular evolution; systematics; population, community and ecosystem ecology; global ecology, limnology, paleoecology, ecology of vegetation, and theoretical ecology.
Graduate faculty members are drawn from the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior; Applied Economics; Civil Engineering; Entomology; Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology; Forest Resources; Genetics and Cell Biology; Geology and Geophysics; Horticultural Science; Plant Biology; Plant Pathology; Soil, Water, and Climate; Veterinary Pathobiology; and the Medical School.
Looking to join a lab? Visit our graduate faculty directory to learn more about faculty accepting students Fall 2016.