University of Vermont

Lake Champlain

one of many natural areas near campus that serve as living laboratories

Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology

The study of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology at UVM brings together scientists from many departments and programs. Our interests range from developmental genetics to ecosystem processes and from pure theory to applied conservation ecology. All of us have a common interest in the way organisms interact with their environment.. Together we offer several seminar series across campus, and a broad array of research expertise that is world-renowned.

Use the links at the left to explore who we are, and research and coursework opportunities in the participating departments.

For current faculty and graduate students

Connect with your fellow ecologists and evolutionary biolgists and find out what is happening on campus via the EEEB "triple-E B" email list. Check the master calendar of environmental seminars through the link on the right.

For prospective graduate students

Interested in pursuing a graduate degree at UVM? Graduate students enter the EEEB program through acceptance in individual departments where they work closely with their faculty mentors as part of a lab team. Contact potential faculty mentors in advance to discuss your interests and plans. You will then apply to UVM through one of our participating departments.

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