Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior PH.D.
Boise State, a leader in research and education, is proud to offer a doctorate program in ecology, evolution, and behavior. The interdisciplinary program takes a modern educational approach, training scientists to use theories from multiple fields to solve tough ecological problems in a changing world.
The Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior doctoral program brings together expert faculty from across multiple academic departments including biological sciences, geosciences, and anthropology, as well as the Human-Environment Systems research center in the College of Innovation and Design. Students in the program have the opportunity to experience Idaho’s rich natural resources and biodiversity which offer a unique landscape for learning and research opportunities. Students also have opportunities to work with local and international organizations including the Intermountain Bird Observatory, the U.S. Geological Survey Snake River Field Station, the Peregrine Fund, Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Africa, and others as they collaborate with faculty members and professional field scientists from all around Idaho.
Thursday, Nov 21st, 2019
EEB Researchers Published in Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesBiology Research Professor Anand Roopsind and Human-Environment Systems Assistant Professor Jodi Brandt along with their...
Friday, Nov 15th, 2019
EEB Student Carlos Garcia Linares Receives a Dean's Graduate FellowshipEEB graduate student Carlos Garcia Linares one of five recipients of the Graduate Dean’s Fellowship...
Thursday, Sep 26th, 2019
Andrii Zaiats awarded a prestigious research fellowship from the National Science Foundation’s INTERN programAndrii Zaiats, a first-year doctoral student in the Ecology, Evolution and Behavior program at Boise...
Thursday, Jul 25th, 2019
EEB Student Lauren Hunt Receives National Science FellowshipLauren Hunt who is currently working under the direction of Dr. Vicken Hillis in the...