Baruch College Environmental Biology and Sustainability Research Group

 

Our Mission:

Research: To produce a novel understanding of biological and physical processes, both locally and globally.

Education: To demonstrate the biological significance, economic importance, and ecological complexity of local and global ecosystems to the students of Baruch College and the City University of New York.

Outreach: To actively communicate the applied significance of the science conducted by the Group.

News at the Baruch College Environmental Biology and Sustainability Research Group:

Professor David Gruber (Biology/Environment) travels to Little Cayman Island and Eilat, Israel, to collect deep reef samples...more info and his research highlighted in Nature Magazine.


Professor Jason Munshi-South (Biology/Environment) gives research presentation on small mammal populations in NYC...
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Professors Timothy Hoellein and Chester Zarnoch (Biology/Environment) to study oyster restoration and nitrogen cycling in New York City...
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Professor Chester Zarnoch (Biology/Environment) is featured in The Ticker, The Alumni Magazine of Baruch College....
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Professor Timothy Hoellein (Biology/Environment) is featured in The Ticker, The Alumni Magazine of Baruch College....
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Department of Natural Sciences faculty awarded multiple
National Science Foundation research awards...more info

updated 13 October 2009

Baruch College, City University of New York, Environmental Biology and Sustainability Research Group (EBSRG), Dept. of Natural Sciences, Box A-0506, 17 Lexington Ave., New York, NY 10010, Tel: (646) 660-6200