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Faculty of Arts & Science
Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

U of T has one of the largest ecology and evolutionary biology departments in North America, offering students an opportunity to learn from an impressive cadre of 60 world-renowned experts as they pursue their studies in molecular evolution, genetics, animal behaviour, biodiversity and conservation biology. More than half of the 55 undergraduate courses give students hands-on lab or field experience at cutting-edge research sites in the Arctic, the New World tropics, Asia and the Maritimes, as well as at our own Koffler Scientific Reserve in the GTA. Faculty teach, study and consult on all aspects of earth's organismal diversity, from genome to ecosystem, encompassing the range of plant, animal and microbial species. We are charged with understanding this diversity, at a time of global change, habitat loss and the emergence of novel diseases, and the research informs, among other things, conservation decisions, the management of natural resources and the management of infectious disease. Donations to the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology will support our efforts to educate and train the future designers of environmental sustainability.

Departmental Trust

EEB Community Fund

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology strives to support its graduate students, post-doctorate fellows and faculty in their teaching and research endeavours, while balancing commitments in their personal lives.

The James D. Rising Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to students with financial need who are participating in a field biology course in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

The Peter Abrams Scholarship in Quantitative Biology

This scholarship in honour of Professor Emeritus Peter Abrams is awarded to a student addressing research issues in quantitative and/or mathematical biology.

Harold H. Harvey Prize for Academic Leadership

In honour of Professor Emeritus Harold H. Harvey, this prize celebrates graduate students who make sustained contributions to the intellectual life of the Department.

Waterwheel Powered Trash Interceptor

A Waterwheel Powered Trash Interceptor – also known as a "Trash Wheel" – is a piece of green infrastructure that reduces litter in our rivers, lakes and oceans. Help Professor Chelsea Rochman and her students to bring a trash wheel to Toronto.

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