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Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior Department: Resources & Outreach

A guide for those in the School of Integrative Biology. After using this guide, students in Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior will be able to locate resources that are needed for their field of study.

About this Page

On this page, you will find links to university-wide, state, and federal resources which may be of interest to those studying Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior in UIUC's School of Integrative Biology.

University Resources & Outreach

Evolution, Ecology, and Behavior News

Stay up-to-date on current research and stories in evolution, ecology, and behavior.

Graduate Student Resources

Access to important EEB graduate student documents, opportunities for fellowships, assistantships, and internships, and frequently asked questions about the program.

Illinois Extension

The University of Illinois Extension offers a variety of service programs which educate and connect students and families to challenges in their local communities. 

Undergraduate Research

Provides information on how to apply for research positions in EEB labs as an undergraduate.

State Resources & Outreach

Champaign County Humane Society

Offers educational and volunteer opportunities working with pets.

Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS)

Alongside insectaries, controlled environment rooms, and greenhouses, the INHS also has well-equipped laboratories available for insect pathology. Research areas include biodiversity and systematics, invasive species, and epidemiology. 

Federal Resources & Outreach

United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Offers information on all aspects of environmental protection, as well as information on research centers, programs, and science advisory organizations.