CNS EEB Ecology Evolution and Behavior Graduate Program
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Behavior
Ecology
Evolution
Systematics
Genomics


Spotlight
Blinded with Science

“They Blinded Me with Science” hosts Nichole Bennett, Amanda Perofsky and Stavana Strutz are graduate students in the Ecology, Evolution and Behavior program. Michael Gully-Santiago is a graduate student in Astronomy.
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Insominator and Honey Bees
Sleepless Honey Bees Miscommunicate, Too, Research at The University of Texas at Austin Shows
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Welcome

The Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior at The University of Texas at Austin welcomes you to its official web site.

The Program is a consortium of faculty from several Sections of the School of Biological Sciences whose research focuses on Behavior, Ecology, Evolution, Systematics and Genomics. These faculty supervise graduate students whose Ph.D. degrees are based on empirical research in these areas.

In a US News and World Report called snews.com/usnews/edu/grad/rankings/phdsci/phdsciindex_brief.php"> America's Best Graduate Schools: 2010 Edition, the Ecology, Evolution and Behavior graduate program was ranked as one of the top ten programs in Ecology / Evolutionary Biology.

The Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior supports graduate students with grants and assistantships in addition to the resources generally available in the School of Biological Sciences.

If you are a prospective student, you will find information here ranging from admission requirements, research areas, faculty profiles and an overview of the extensive research facilities at The University of Texas at Austin.


Star Coral found in the Mediterranean Sea. Photo: Bill Allen Coney (Epinephelus fulva) grouper. Photo: Bill Allen DNA microarray. Photo: Z. Jeffrey Chen Butterfly (Psiguria Heliconius). Photo: Roxi Steele Water lily. Photo: Shutterstock images Red eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas). Photo: Luis Bonachea