News & Updates

Termites, Fungi and Climate Change

June 6, 2014
A study released this week by Mark Bradford, Assistant Professor at Yale’s School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and scientists from the University of Central...

When Coral Reefs Thrive, So Does Variety in Fish

June 5, 2014
Research by Dr. Peter F. Cowman, newly appointed Gaylord Donnelley Environmental Postdoctoral Associate in the Yale Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, is...

Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy Receives BRIT's 2014 International Award of Excellence in Conservation

April 7, 2014
Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy was presented with the Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) International Award of Excellence in Conservation for his life-long work in...

Dr. Durland Fish, Professor of Epidemiology Addresses Concerns of Chikungunya Disease Outbreak in Dominca

March 3, 2014
Officials of the Ministry of Health have put a team comprising of experts in the ministry, stakeholders outside of the ministry, regional and international professionals to...

Two Bass Distinguished Visiting Environmental Scholars for Spring 2014 Semester

December 5, 2013
The Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies is pleased to announce that Jeremy Jackson and Bill Weber are serving as Edward P. Bass Distinguished Visiting Environmental...
Tracy Langkilde, former Donnelley Postdoctoral Associate, has research featured in the news

Former Donnelley Postdoctoral Associate Tracy Langkilde, Professor at Penn State, has research featured in National Geographic and other news media

November 14, 2013
– Male lizards less attracted to “bearded ladies” – National Geographic – Male lizards tend to steer clear of bearded lady lizards – LA Times –...

The BET - a new book by Paul Sabin, Associate Professor of History

September 10, 2013
THE BET:  Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon and Our Gamble over Earth’s FutureBy PAUL SABIN “Paul Sabin vividly and creatively explores the half century battle over environmental...