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Behold! We are the Ecology and Evolution Research Discussion Group, a loose confederation of graduate students in Florida State University's Department of Biological Science. Pronouced [ə rj], as in we gently "urge" diligent and enthusiastic attendance, EERDG meets weekly to provide a relaxed forum for grad student-only discussion.

EERDG meetings most often provide opportunities for constructive feedback on
    - proposed research still in the planning phases;
    - preliminary results of a project;
    - practice presentations for seminars or conferences.

Mirth and merriment are guaranteed*. Snack treats are a possibility.

For the 2019-2020 academic year, EERDG's meeting time and place are Fridays 3-4PM in KIN 2057. Please consult the schedule to view this semester's happenings, and contact an officer if you would like to reserve an available slot to serve your own ends.

Your 2019-2020 officers:
Brian Moe, President
Rachael Best, Secretary
Ben Pluer, Treasurer
Meredith Kuzel, SEERG Coordinator
Alexa Guerrera, Outreach Coordinator
Bobbie Renfro, Historian

See our Darwin Day 2017 photos!

* EERDG makes no guarantee of either mirth or merriment.

Anhinga back feathers in Everglades National Park. Photo by EERDG-ite Carla Vanderbilt.