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Thursday, Aug 2, 2018

Undergraduate Jack Corso '19 works in Steve Pacala's lab at Princeton. This summer he spent his time in La Jolla, California learning the intricacies of the coral reef photomosaic methodology. Corso also traveled to the French Polynesian island of Moorea, located in the Society Island Archipelago.

Thursday, Aug 2, 2018

Undergraduate Lindsay Martinez spent her summer working on her senior thesis project at the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya. She is looking at the parasitization of plains zebras and the endangered Grevy’s zebras by a gastrointestinal parasite called a strongyle.

Thursday, Aug 2, 2018

Graduate student Ciro Cabal is trying to understand the ecosystem dynamics of the shrubland biomes, and concretely some endogenous and exogenous causes of its existence and physiognomy. Among the endogenous causes, I am interested in disentangling the role of the optimization of individual reproduction allocation in woody plants, developing...

Thursday, Aug 2, 2018

PhD student Ian Miller spent part of his summer outside of Crested Butte, Colorado, studying wild flax and its fungal rust pathogen.

Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018

An essay by Alexandra DeCandia, Andy Dobson, and Bridgett vonHoldt argues for more widespread adoption of diverse molecular methods – examining host and parasite genetics, epigenetics, and microbiome – in studies of wildlife disease.

Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018
At Gorongosa National Park, scarred by civil war, scientists including EEB associate professor Rob Pringle are answering fundamental questions about ecology and evolution, and how wildlife recovers from devastation.
Thursday, Jul 12, 2018
Levin's keynote speech is part of the review of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goal 15, which seeks to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss. Tune in to the live broadcast!
Tuesday, Jul 3, 2018

The new Princeton course “Agriculture, Human Diets and the Environment,” which debuted in spring 2018 and was taught by EEB professor Daniel Rubenstein,  seeks to prepare students for a future where society will have to secure more nourishment on a planet running increasingly short on the land and resources needed to provide it.

Sunday, Jun 3, 2018

When Princeton University senior Alana Reynolds arrived in Mozambique last June to conduct fieldwork for her thesis, she realized that she had to see elephants differently if she wanted to help protect them.

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Sunday, Jun 3, 2018
Each year Princeton University chapter of Phi Beta Kappa recognizes individuals whose undergraduate teaching stands out as meritorious.

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