Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution, Environment and Society

Ecology, Evolution, Environment & Society (EEES) is a new vision for scholarship, education, and service that matches the challenges of this new era, the Anthropocene, in which the ecosystems that sustain us are being altered more rapidly than ever before in the history of human existence. In the 21st century there is need for a new social contract where scientists work in interdisciplinary settings and actively contribute to humanity's efforts to ameliorate and adapt to the rapidly emerging challenges of the Anthropocene. Dartmouth is well positioned for these changing roles due to its tradition of international leadership in the natural sciences and interdisciplinary environmental studies. This program is designed to train top young scholars to conduct innovative basic research while promoting capacity for integrating natural and social sciences to address the socio-ecological challenges of the 21st century.

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Networks of Success Fellowship

Fellows are selected for a 1-year fellowship to support grant-funded efforts to broaden participation and enhance Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging programming in the environmental sciences.

Fellows participate in mentorship and leadership training for environmental scientists in academia. They also participate in science collaboration brainstorming sessions and have the opportunity to grow their professional network with leaders in the field. The graduate student will receive training in organizing diversity, equity, and inclusion-related campus programming, improving their marketability on the academic job market.

Fellows work in coordination with grant PIs to develop and coordinate conference activities.

Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Jane Seibel. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. Faculty references and program approval will also be required.

Selection Process:
Selected applicants will be required to participate in a brief in-person interview with the Selection Committee. 

Position filled.

Chenyang (Crispy) Su is a graduate student in the Ecology, Evolution, Environment and Society program studying agroecology and a member of the Ong Lab. She is interested in the population dynamics of "unplanned organisms" (weeds, pests and other insects, diseases) in and around agriculture and these organisms' roles in the landscape. Crispy is the Networks of Success Fellow, working to broaden participation in the environmental sciences and build pathways to leadership for women of color in STEM.


Chenyang "Crispy" Su