CU-Boulder receives $5.9M grant to continue research at Niwot Ridge

June 16, 2011

Read more about the grant at the daily camera:

Weevils Zap Wicked Weed of the West!

April 26, 2011

Tim Seastedt's research on biological control of spotted knapweed, dubbed the “wicked weed of the West,” a “national menace,” and a “weed of mass destruction” is featured here in the current edition of College of Arts and Sciences Magazine.

EBIO undergraduate awarded prestigious Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship

April 20, 2011

Good news about one of our EBIO undergraduate students - Cacia Steensen. Cacia was the recipient of the Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship valued at nearly $150,000 over five years. Cacia will also be graduating with highest honors (Summa cum Laude) this semester. Read more about Cacia in CU Arts and...

Two grants to Rob Guralnick: Earth's biodiversity and response to climate change

April 7, 2011

Rob Guralnick has news from NASA and NSF . Rob is Co-Investigator on "Integrating global species distributions, remote sensing information and climate station data to assess recent biodiversity response to climate change" Awarded from the NASA Climate and Biological Response: Research and Applications program, $1.67mil total budget, ~188K to CU...

Fulbright grant to Joey Knelman

April 6, 2011

Joey Knelman , who is finishing his MA with Diana Nemergut and has been admitted to our PhD program, has been awarded a Fulbright-Hays grant to spend a year in Tromsø, Norway conducting research in rhizosphere ecology - the ecology of interactions between plants and soil microbes around plant root...

Mike Breed featured in Arts & Science Magazine

April 4, 2011

Mike Breed's Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior is featured here in the current Arts and Sciences Magazine and was just reviewed in Choice , a very important tool used by librarians in evaluating books for adoption.

EBIO undergrad Ian Buller wins prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

April 1, 2011

Ian Buller is one of 275 Goldwater awardees selected on the basis of academic merit from a field of 1,095 mathematics, science, and engineering students who were nominated by the faculties of colleges and universities nationwide. Ian is a junior majoring in EBIO and plans to specialize in disease ecology...

CU graduate hosts Science Channel show

March 29, 2011

Linda Rayor , a University of Colorado EBIO graduate and now a faculty member in entomology at Cornell University, is hosting " Monster Bug Wars " on the Science Channel. The show premieres tonight. Check out the preview video clips here . Check it out!

Two EBIO faculty win Excellence Awards

March 29, 2011

The Boulder Faculty Assembly will honor Steve Schmidt and Barbara Demmig-Adams tomorrow afternoon at its annual awards ceremony. Steve Schmidt will receive the BFA Excellence in Research Award , and Barbara Demmig-Adams will receive the BFA Excellence in Teaching Award . Congratulations to you both!

EBIO major Rachel Wildrick wins Van Ek award

March 14, 2011

Rachel Wildrick is a junior in EBIO, enrolled in our BA-MA program, and about to defend her honor's thesis. Wow! The Van Ek award is the highest award given to undergraduates in the College of Arts and Sciences and is awarded for outstanding academic achievement and contributions to the university...