Atwood Colloquium in Ecology & Evolution
This special two-day event provides a fantastic opportunity to learn about the most exciting research in ecology & evolution being done at U of T and abroad.
Broadening Representation & Equity With Science (BREWS)
A series of discussions to promote equality in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department, over different types of brews.
Conservation Science Group
The EEB Conservation Group is a collaboration of undergrad & grad students, postdoctoral researchers and faculty interested in conservation science.
National Biology Competition
All secondary school students are welcome to participate for the opportunity to test their knowledge and understanding of biology.
Upcoming & Past Events
Thursday, April 29, 2021 Genetic and developmental mechanisms of postzygotic reproductive isolation and their genomic consequences
Appraisal seminar: Athmaja Viswanath
Wednesday, April 28, 2021 The evolution of signal complexity in a diverse tropical lizard radiation
Appraisal seminar: Jill Sanderson
Friday, April 16, 2021 Atwood Colloquium in Ecology & Evolution
Mark your calendars & plan to attend the 15th Annual Atwood Colloquium Friday, April 16 & Saturday, April 17, 2021.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 Investigating how Winter Shapes the Contribution of Somatic Energy and Material to Reproduction in Temperate Fishes
Appraisal seminar: Tim Fernandes
Monday, April 12, 2021 SciSpends: How much does it cost to be a scientist?
BREWS’ guest speakers: Dr. Brett Favaro and Dr. Edward Hind-Ozan
Friday, April 9, 2021 EEB Undergraduate Research Fair
Monday, March 29, 2021 Quantifying the importance of environmental variability and species interactions for species coexistence
Guest Speaker: Dr. Lauren Shoemaker, University of Wyoming
Friday, March 26, 2021 Conservation genomics: the effects of demography and the environment on genetic diversity losses in small populations
Appraisal seminar: Thaïs Bernos
Friday, March 19, 2021 Exit seminar: Julia Kreiner
Thursday, March 18, 2021 Examining the influence of temperature variability on host-parasite dynamics using a model Daphnia-microparasite system
Appraisal seminar: Leila Krichel