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Ecology, Evolution and Behavior

Studying ecology, evolution and behavior provides unforgettable hands-on experience and a chance to develop your academic and professional interests. 
 
 

Ecology, evolution and behavior students study a range of topics from evolutionary adaptations of plants and animals to animal behavior with world-class faculty such as renowned ecologist David Tilman. They have unique opportunities to gain field biology experience at the college’s two field stations: Itasca Biological Station and Laboratories and Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve.

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Director of Undergraduate Studies: Dr. Cavender-Bares | 612-624-6337 | cavender@umn.edu