Thanks to everyone who participated in our event, Beyond Academia: Environmental Edition. We had 10 wonderful panelists from a variety of careers including representatives from NGOs, the federal government, science writing, non-profits, zoos and more. We would like to extend special thanks to the Forum on Science Ethics and Policy (FOSEP), who partnered in planning this event, to Alix Pfennigwerth for her help and the EEB department for financial support. Did you miss the event? Check the meeting and minutes tab for notes taken during the event.
As a part of recruitment weekend, our Friday seminar slot will be filled by graduate student lightning talks. Come to SERF 307 at 3:30 to hear 6 grad students give 5 minute presentations on their work. As usual, snacks will be provided beginning at 3pm in the Dabney break room. Hope to see you there!
Welcome to the grad student recruits! Feb 23-26 is EEB's Recruitment Weekend 2017. The grad students and faculty have been tirelessly preparing for your arrival and we have a lot of fun events (interviews, city tours, hikes, talks, Q&A sessions, and lots of food!) planned for the weekend. If you have any questions regarding recruitment weekend, feel free to email GREBE (contact info in the 'about me' link on the right side of the page). We're looking forward to meeting you!
Thanks to all who helped out with a successful Darwin Day! Thanks especially to Alannie for all of her work planning, organizing and advertising!
We had a GREBE meeting on Feb 14th. See the Meeting and Minutes page for notes from that meeting. We've got some exciting events coming up, including a non-academic speaker panel on April 8th.
Congrats to the Outreach Committee for securing funding from SSE for the 2017 Farmers' Market Outreach.
Reminder: Recruitment Weekend is almost upon us! Please sign up for volunteer activities and don't forget to update the collaboration network spreadsheet with side projects and non-dissertation/thesis work between labs.