Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources

winter ecology students and Professor Lathropexamining a batField Techniques group May 2014

News and Events

  • Special Seminar: Dr. Brooke Maslo: Promoting Bat Conservation

    Brooke MasloPlan to attend the seminar entitled "Promoting Bat Conservation through the Union of Evolutionary Theory, Applied Ecology, and Extension" by Dr. Brooke Maslo, a candidate for the position of Assistant Extension Specialist in Wildlife Biology and Conservation. The talk will be at 9:15 Friday March 13, in Foran Hall 138A.

  • Welcome Pinelands Director Dr. John Dighton into Department

    John DightonWe are very pleased to welcome Dr. John Dighton into the Department. John is a forest soil ecologist and serves as Director of Rutgers Pinelands Research Station. He has a wealth of experience investigating nutrient requirements of forest plantation trees and symbiotic relationships between trees and mycorrhizal fungi. As Director of the Pinelands Station, John has been an active member of the Graduate Program in Ecology and Evolution and has fostered ecological research and teaching, most recently by hosting nearly 20 EENR undergraduates in the Field Techniques course.


About Us

Our interdisciplinary department specializes in ecology, evolution, and natural resource conservation. We study the evolutionary origins and maintenance of biodiversity, conserving and restoring native ecosystems, and issues of global change such as managing natural resources within urban ecosystems.


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