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.
Meet the faculty and students who contribute to our diverse research and our international recognition.
Find out more about our research expertise and opportunities for your program specialization.
News and Announcements
Using museum specimens to inform conservation
EECB faculty Dr. Mary Peacock and her colleagues report on the use of museum specimens to identify a persistent, unique lineage of the Lahontan cut-throat trout, which was thought to be extinct. This is a great example of how museums can benefit conservation efforts. Congratulations Mary!
National L’Oréal Fellowship
Congratulations to Felicity Muth (Leonard lab) who has been awarded the National L'Oréal Fellowship, worth $60,000! This award was given to only 5 women this year. Felicity's research investigates the cognitive effects of pesticides on bees.
Events, Colloquia, EcoLunches
Lee Dyer, Program Director
1664 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89557
Phone (775) 784-1360