Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences [Ecology and Evolution Graduate Program]
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Ecology and Evolution at Rutgers has a long and distinguished history. The graduate program includes approximately 80 faculty and 60 graduate students. The program is interdisciplinary in nature and offers graduate education and training in microbial, plant, animal, and human ecology under the direction of outstanding faculty located at three campuses (New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden); two marine stations (in Tuckerton and Bivalve); the Pinelands Field Station in New Lisbon; and the Cary Institute for Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, New York.

Members of the faculty actively pursue research in conservation biology, ecosystem ecology, evolutionary biology, marine biology, microbial ecology, population and community ecology, population genetics, and restoration ecology.

Students may study toward either M.S. or Ph.D. degrees. An M.S. is not required to enter the Ph.D. program.




E&E has much to celebrate
this spring!

Congratulations to two E&E students on their National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship proposals!

Rachel Paseka, in the Mike Sukhdeo lab, was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSFGRF) for her proposal.

Jennifer Blake, in the Lena Struwe lab, received an Honorable Mention on her NSFGRF proposal.

E&E Student receives Fulbright!

Congratulations to Liz Ballare on her receipt of a Fulbright to study orangutans in Indonesia. Liz works with Erin Vogel in the Department of Anthropology.

Liz was selected for a 2014-2015 Fulbright IIE U.S. Student Award to Indonesia. During this time she will be working on her dissertation research which involves the health of rehabilitated and released orangutans in Central Kalimantan, Borneo.

To read about Liz's research check the more More News page.

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  2. January and May 2013 degrees conferred
  3. Newsletter
  1. E&E Gradute Program Seminars every Thursday at 4:00 p.m. in the Alampi Room of the Marine and Coastal Sciences Building. This seminar series presents speakers invited from inside and outside Rutgers University to speak on the most current research being conducted in the fields of ecology and evolution. Listing
  2. Graduate student seminars are presented every Friday at 4:30 in Room 123 of the Environmental and Natural Resources Building. These seminars are informal gatherings where graduate students present their current research and other topics of interest to their peers. Schedule