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Systematics, Ecology and Evolution (SEE) Division

The diverse interests of the 30 SEE faculty and adjuncts, their 55+ graduate students, and several postdoctoral research associates facilitate advanced study of ecological and evolutionary processes

 involving a broad range of organisms and habitats.


  • SEE graduate students have access to modern, well-equipped facilities for data collection and analysis
  • Research within SEE is supported by grants from several national funding agencies
  • Results are regularly published in premier international scientific journals
  • Several members of the group serve as editors or editorial board members of important journals and are high office holders in a number of societies

View SEE Faculty

See some of our SEE PhD graduates in academic positions!


Louisiana Pancake Batfish,
Halieutichthys intermedius
Photo Credit:  Prosanta Chakrabarty