EEB graduate program
EEB's graduate program embraces education and research on all aspects of biodiversity, including the history of life on earth, the evolutionary mechanisms that generate diversity, the ecological context in which all life has evolved, and the consequences of interactions among organisms, including humans.
Students should work closely with Professor L. Lacey Knowles, graduate chair, and their individual faculty advisors for advice about coursework and research.
Graduate student handbook (download PDF)
In addition to your faculty advisors and EEB's graduate coordinators, Rackham offers a variety of resources to help you make the most of the opportunities your graduate program offers.
Training resources, Preparing Future Faculty Seminar
Links to job opportunities, career development and more.
meets to discuss student issues and update the graduate body on departmental activities.
is an informal way for first year students to learn about the culture of graduate school, our department, and how to excel at U-M. GREEBs website.
Child care, financial assistance, social support, housing and health care.
You can access MiTalk on your computer, smart phone or tablet 24/7. Resources like mental health screenings for depression and anxiety, skill building tools to help you manage stress and academic life, multimedia workshops and amazing relaxation exercises. Connect to others through Facebook and Twitter.