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EEB faculty are a group of highly interdisciplinary researchers whose expertise cover the broad range of important research in ecology, evolution and behavior, and beyond. Faculty are quantitative and focus on big data and models, and their work is organismal based, including working on human-nature interactions. Faculty members’ research informs and enriches their teaching.
EEB in the News
- Wieteke A. Holthuijzen, a doctoral student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, is the first author on a new research study in PLOS on the diets of house mice and their conservation threat on islands.
- From Plants to Prints: University of Tennessee Printmaking Artists Drawing from Herbarium Specimens
- New study shows more species can be saved if policy-makers and private donors allow even a little more flexibility in where conservation funds can be spent