What are Undergraduate Highlights?
The undergraduate program in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology is a thriving, inspiring hub housing passionate students who are engaged in many different applications and projects relating to their areas of curiosity and expertise. We want to highlight these innovative and developing projects and people coming out of our program, in order to support and encourage more direct engagement with the world through the lens of ecology and biology. Explore recent projects below, and help to share and support work you care about!


Anna Walker next to tree

Anna Walker

March 30, 2015

I am in my senior year as an undergraduate in the EBIO department. I have immensely enjoyed every EBIO class I have taken not only because the material is always so interesting, but also because the people in the department, students and professors alike, are great. My favorite classes include...

Student-professor collaboration could result in a better-fed astronaut.

March 16, 2014

As an undergrad studying ecology and evolutionary biology, Lizzie Lombardi found herself as one of the few “plant” people on a team of University of Colorado Boulder engineering students who were tasked with a lofty mission: build a robotic system that could garden in space. The aerospace engineering team was...