“Seagrass digestion by a notorious ‘carnivore’“, Samantha Leigh, Donovan German, September 2018
Frankly with Dean La Ferla (Ep.4), Dean LaFerla featuring Dr.Kathleen Treseder, July 2018
Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience, Cascade Sorte, Nancy Aguilar-Roca, Jessica Pratt, July 2018
Reappointment of Dean Frank LaFerla, June 2018
Frankly with Dean La Ferla (Ep.3), Dean LaFerla featuring Dr. James Hicks, June 2018
Frankly with Dean LaFerla (Ep.2), Dean LaFerla featuring Dr. James Hicks, May 2018
“Smaller, Faster, Stronger”, Manny Azizi, May 2018
“The Wyland Foundation’s Earth Month Hero Award”- KCAL 9 Video , Celia Faiola, April 2018
“The Wyland Foundation’s Earth Month Hero Award” , Celia Faiola, April 2018
“UCI Latino Excellence Award“, Adriana Briscoe, April 2018
“Young Dreamer to speak in the March for Science”, Evelyn Valdez Ward, April 2018
2018 NSF GRFP Recipients, Tiffany Batarseh, Samuel Bedgood, Kendra Walters, April 2018
\Professor Jennifer Martiny selected as Chancellors Fellow, Jennifer Martiny, Mar 2018
Susan Finkbeiner EEB Alumni, “U. of C. scientist leads ‘double life’ as runway model: ‘It’s this crazy Cinderella story'” Feb, 2018
“A hunt for the invasive dark unicorn snail shows UCI students how climate change is altering Crystal Cove tide pools”, Cascade Sorte, Lauren Pandori. Piper Wallingford, Ritika Singh, Feb 2018
“Exciting News From the Office of Vice Provost and Graduate Division Dean, Frances M. Leslie”, Crystal Reynaga, Feb 2018
“Emerging Understanding of Seagrass and Kelp as an Ocean Acidification Management Tool in California”, Matthew Bracken, Jan 2018
“Meet the Worlds First Eating Salad Eating Sharl” Samantha Leigh, Jan 2017
Samantha Leigh has won a “Public Impact Fellowship” from UCI for her research’s impact on the public sphere.
“Interdisciplinary, Problem-Based Scholarship and Teaching in Action at UCI”, Jessica Pratt, Rossella Santagata Jan 2017
“School of Biological Sciences Professor Amongst 2017 Most Cited Researchers”, Steven Allison, Jan 2018
“Dean’s Early Career Awardees”, Mahul Chakraborty, Yongfeng Zhou, Dec 2017
“U.S. science groups make last-minute push to influence final tax deal”, Alyssa Frederick, Dec 2017
“DACA recipients are counting down to their ‘expiration dates'”, Evelyn Valdez-Ward, Dec 2017
“UCAR names inaugural Next Generation Fellows”, Linh Anh Cat, Nov 2017
“Adriana Briscoe and Kathleen Treseder are named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science”, Adriana Briscoe, Kathleen Treseder, Nov 2017
“Uncovering the Mystery of the Domestication of Grapes”, Brandon Guat, Nov 2017
“I’m an undocumented scientist fighting for my Dream”, Evelyn Valdez-Ward, Science, Nov 2017
Guest Commentary: Deciding about climate change, Keri Wilson, Ramona Sentinel, Nov 2017
Professor Adriana Briscoe discovered that male and female Heliconius butterflies see the world differently from each other.
Evolutionary Genetics -John Avise May 2017
Professor John Avise published book “Conceptual breakthroughs in evolutionary genetics: a brief history of shifting paradigms,” which has had a great impact in the field of evolutionary science.
Ph.D. candidate Caitlin Looby writes about the impact of climate change on the cloud forest of the Monteverde mountains in Costa Rica.
Professor Brad Hughes and Brandon S. Gaut received “Celebration of Teaching” awards.
Professor Jennifer B.H. Martiny was elected 2017 fellow by the American Academy of Microbiology.
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Center for Environmental Biology (CEB) announce the new Masters in Conversation and Restoration Science (MCRS) graduate program.
Professor Steven Allison wrote about federal science funding at UCI in the Los Angeles Times Daily Pilot.
Saving Our Planet -Timothy Bradley Mar 2017
Professor Tim Bradley speaks to UCI Magazine about the Salton Sea project and the role nature should play in our lives.
Welcome new faculty members of the Biological Sciences School, EEB Dr. Celia Faiola and MBB Dr. Ilhem Messaoudi.
EEB Professor Steven Allison traveled to Washington, D.C. to advocate for federal funding of environmental research.
EEB Professors Cascade Sorte, Jennifer Martiny and Travis Huxman named fellows of the Ecological Society of America (ESA).
School of Biological Sciences graduate students Allison Najafi and Zachariah Reagh (Neurobiology and Behavior), Alyssa Braciszewski (EEB), and Christine Schneider (MBB) were honored at ARCS Scholars Luncheon for their innovative research projects.