A mid-size EEB department known for its high quality research and training of undergraduate and graduate students.
An international academic society dedicated to the study of biogeography - a unifying field that provides a holistic understanding of the relationships between the earth and its biota.
The Leopold Leadership Program advances environmental decision-making by providing academic researchers with the skills and connections needed to be effective leaders and communicators.
This group focuses on Conservation Medicine - a discipline that studies the links between environmental change, the health of all species, and the conservation of biodiversity.
The Jackson Lab studies plant paleoecology and relates their findings to current global environmental change.
The Lomolino Lab studies all aspects of biogeography, with a particular emphasis in species diversity theory, the evolution of mammalian body size and the conservation of nature.