The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) graduate program is designed for students interested in the study of mechanisms controlling the composition, structure, and functional processes of ecological systems and the mechanisms that regulate the pattern and rate of evolutionary change within and among species. Our interdepartmental program provides students with an interdisciplinary education and opportunities to train and conduct research in an area of interest. Our graduates are qualified to pursue basic and applied research careers in academia, government, and industry. We hope you will consider Iowa State University for your graduate studies in ecology and evolutionary biology.
As an employee with the Xerces Society, I am contracted as a partner biologist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The EEB Research Symposium provides an opportunity for EEB students and faculty to share their current research, network across departments, and showcase the program to prospective students. The symposium is hosted by the EEB graduate student organization, GREBE*.
Lars Brudvig, Michigan State University associate professor of plant biology, is the recipient of a five-year, $653,460 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award.