The following faculty are accepting new MS students for the Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (EEB) Program, and new students for either the PhD EEB Ecology Track or Sustainability Track. To see a complete list of all the Environmental and Sustainability Faculty and Affiliated Faculty (including all those in the EEB program), please visit our Faculty page.
Micheal Dent (accepting MS students): Animal Behavior; Animal Communication; Audition, Complex Sound Perception
Omer Gokcumen (accepting MS students): Genetics of what makes us human; Comparative primate genomics; Genomic structural variation
Trevor Krabbenhoft (accepting EEB PhD-Ecology Track and MS students): Ichthyology; Genomics; Aquatic Ecology
Chris Larsen (accepting MS students): Forest Conservation Biogeography; Climate Change; Geographic Information Systems; Paleoecology
Stephanie Poindexter (accepting MS students): Movement Ecology; Primate Behavioral Ecology; Primate Evolution; Primate Conservation; Sensory Evolution
Ann-Marie Torregrossa (accepting MS students): Physiology diet selection; salivary proteins
Holly Buck (accepting EEB PhD-Sustainability Track students): Climate change, global environmental governance, environmental policy, science and technology studies, public participation in emerging technologies
Susan Clark (accepting EEB PhD-Sustainability Track students): Sustainability education, climate change policy, sustainable development and resilient infrastructure systems. Clark’s current research focuses on quantifying the social burden of power outages due to natural disasters and extreme events.
Kirk Jalbert (accepting EEB PhD-Sustainability Track students): Activism and social movements, civic science, energy policy and governance, environmental justice, participatory action research, science and technology studies, resilient infrastructure systems.
Marisa Manheim (will be accepting EEB PhD-Sustainability Track students starting fall 2024): Environmental governance, public participation, sustainability transitions, design research, participatory action research.
Emily Reisman (accepting EEB PhD-Sustainability Track students): Sustainable agriculture & food systems; political ecology; science & technology studies; more-than-human geography; hydrosocial systems