Faculty and graduate students in the Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior (EEB) work on a broad range of research subjects ranging from molecular evolution to ecosystem organization.  Approaches to this research include fieldwork, laboratory experimentation, genomic analyses and mathematical modeling.  We enjoy state-of-the-art research facilities at The University of Texas at  Austin, as well as rich cultural life and exciting recreation opportunities in Austin.

students-on-lawnIf you are considering applying, please take the time to become familiar with the faculty and facilities described on our web site. Successful applicants generally contact one or more faculty members when they apply. This helps us in the admissions process, as well as help the applicants complete the faculty interest part on the EEB application.

Many applicants also visit us during the winter or spring in order to meet faculty and students, and to see the University and the City of Austin.  Please contact us if you are thinking of a visit so that we can help you make the most of it. We are pleased that you are interested in our program, and encourage you to apply.

 

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Collecting sticklebacks at Amor Lake, British Columbia (Dr. Bolnick's Lab)


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