The Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior is home to some of the most interesting and talented faculty members you’ll find at any university.
Ecology, Evolution and Behavior (EEB) faculty teach undergraduate classes, advise graduate students, and conduct research in the areas of ecology, evolution and behavior. Check out the Faculty + research section to learn more about them and their intriguing research interests.
EEB is part of the College of Biological Sciences at the University of Minnesota and is one of the University’s most highly ranked units. The department is located in the Ecology Building on the St. Paul campus, but also has two major field stations where students and faculty conduct field research. Many of the research collections of the Bell Museum of Natural History are also located in the Ecology Building, and the department is an affiliated department of the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory.