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Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology Graduate Program

Our interdisciplinary graduate program brings together faculty and students from a range of departments at the University of Nevada, Reno, the Desert Research Institute, and the Great Basin Institute. As a student, you have the opportunity to customize your education to your scientific interests.

Degree & Admissions

Learn about our program of study and core requirements.

People

Meet the faculty and students who contribute to our diverse research and our international recognition.

Research

Find out more about our research expertise and opportunities for your program specialization.

Careers

Check out some of your career options with a doctoral degree in the biological sciences.

News and Announcements

See a full listing of EECB news.

Bilateral gynandromorph Melissa blue butterfly

EECB Research featured in Nat. Geographic

Josh Jahner, a recent EECB graduate, has studied an unusual phenomenon called gynandromorphy. This is when an organism is part male and part female–like the butterfly shown here. His work was just featured in National Geographic magazine (link). Congrats Josh!

Picture of eppendorf tubes

EECB students recognized for research

EECB students were recognized for their research at the UNR Graduate School Poster Symposium. Su'ad Yoon and Sarah Barga won first, and second place, respectively for their presentations. Additionally, Jessica Reimche was awarded a research grant from the UNR Graduate School. Congratulations to Jessica, Sarah, and Su'ad!

Events, Colloquia, EcoLunches

See a full listing of EECB events.

Contact Us

Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology Graduate Program (0314)

Lee Dyer, Program Director

1664 N. Virginia Street

Reno, NV 89557


ldyer@unr.edu

Phone (775) 784-1360

Fleischmann Agriculture, 142

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