Evolutionary Biology at
Rutgers University



This is the home page for research and courses in broadly defined evolutionary biology at Rutgers University.  Courses, graduate students, and faculty are spread out over many departments, programs, and campuses. Below you can find some quick links to get an overview of what is going on in evolutionary biology at Rutgers. 

Subscribe to the Evolution at Rutgers e-mail list here for announcements and updated information: https://email.rutgers.edu/mailman/listinfo/evolution_ru

Information about events at Rutgers during the Darwin 200-year celebration can be found here.

Former news items and links to announcements and materials:
Program for Evolution Seminar Series 2006-2007 at Rutgers in New Brunswick.
Link to an interesting polling report on what Americans think and believe about the Origin of Life.

Why is evolution important in teaching, science and society? Teaching Resources

Click on the pictures to follow links to pages with more detailed information for each subject.

Faculty link Graduate students Courses Research Opportunities
Journals Organizations and Conferences Links Seminars

Departments and Centers

Animal Sciences Anthropology Biochemistry and Microbiology Biotechnology
Cellbiology and Neuroscience Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources Entomology
Environmental Sciences Geological Sciences Genetics Marine and Coastal Sciences
Plant Biology and Pathology Psychology    
Graduate Programs
Anthropology Ecology and Evolution Entomology
Environmental Sciences Geological Sciences Oceanography
Plant Biology      
Undergraduate programs
Anthropology Biotechnology Environmental Sciences
Genetics Geological Sciences Marine Sciences Microbiology
Ecology and Natural Resources Plant Science