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Fall 2019, (Download PDF)

  • EEB photo for the ages
  • An eye toward conservation of natural communities in diverse ecosystems, María Natalia Umaña
  • Pioneering research: studying life in silico and in vivo, Luis Zaman
  • A fascination with neotropical fish diversity, evolutionary history and conservation, Hernán López-Fernández
  • Photo contest highlights 2018

Fall 2018, (Download PDF)

  • Biological Sciences Building brings EEB into 21st century
  • Chair's note
  • BSB and Museum of Natural History dedication
  • Photo Contest highlights 2017

Fall 2017, (Download PDF)

  • Research Museums Center
  • Alumni Profile with Senay Yitbarek and Theresa Ong
  • Chair's note
  • Thurnau Professors, Deborah Goldberg, Patricia Wittkopp and John Vandermeer
  • New faculty feature: Protecting livelihoods and food sources for Caribbean islanders, Jacob Allgeier
  • New faculty feature: Evolution of avian migration, Ben Winger
  • Photo Contest highlights 2016

Fall 2016, (Download PDF)

  • An early scientific power couple revisited: Herb and Florence Wagner
  • Alumni Profile with Callie Chappell
  • Chair's note
  • Untangling vital ocean processes that affect our planet. Faculty feature Melissa Duhaime
  • Do you love your job enough to clomp through cow patties? Faculty feature Alison Rabosky.
  • Soil science may hold underground secrets to help battle climate change. Grad profile Nicholas Medina
  • Photo contest winners

E-news

August 2019

  • Our grads rock: WISE GISE summer camp: middle school girls solve whodunit mystery with help from EEB grads
  • Research feature: Monarch butterflies rely on temperature-sensitive internal timer while overwintering
  • Sustained brilliance and dedication: Goldberg, the quintessential U-M professor, retires
  • Alumni news: Alex Moore is a postdoc at the American Museum of Natural History, NYC
  • New video showcases E.S. George Reserve's beauty
  • What's up in EEB: Professor Jianzhi Zhang, the Marshall W. Nirenberg Collegiate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Inaugural Lecture
  • M-Sci Scholars Fund honors Goldberg’s commitment to diversity in STEM
  • Science fun fact: What's in a name?

May 2019

  • Our grads rock: Myers wins Outstanding GSI Award 2019
  • Research feature: Fatal chirps: nocturnal flight calls increase building collisions among migrating birds
  • OConnor, world renowned mite expert, retires, sort of
  • Alumni news: Theresa Ong to begin faculty position at Dartmouth
  • EEB undergrad feature: Turrill combines interests in EEB and optometry
  • What's up in EEB: Grand opening of the Biological Sciences Building on Central Campus
  • Confronting our emerging global climate crisis in northern Michigan
  • Science fun fact: Amazing algae

February 2019

  • Our grads rock: EEB announces new DEI library
  • Research feature: Howler monkey study examines mechanisms of new species formation
  • EEB website awarded University Standard of Excellence
  • In memoriam: the great Dick Alexander's legacy spread far, wide , deep
  • Alumni news: Chakrabarty named AAAS Fellow
  • Early Career Scientists Symposium: Stable isotopes in ecology, evolution and conservation
  • Photo finish: frog (once again) leaps to first place
  • Science fun fact: Wasp University

August 2018

  • Our grads rock: EEB's Outstanding Paper of the Year goes to...Paul Glaum!
  • Research feature: Frigid polar oceans, not balmy coral reefs, are species-formation hot spots for marine fishes
  • New video: E.S. George Reserve turtle research and more
  • Alumni news: Suding wins ESA MacArthur Award
  • ECSS 2018: Ecology and Evolution of Color: an exciting, emerging frontier in integrative biology
  • Green Life Sciences Symposium 2018: Plant-Environment Interactions Across Scales
  • EEB is moved into the BSB
  • Science fun fact: Birds (and dinos) of a feather