Evolution & Ecology Graduate Admissions Pathways
The Evolution and Ecology Graduate Admission Pathways (EEGAP) program is a partnership that provides Howard University undergraduates with summer research at UC Davis and joint mentoring by Howard University and UC Davis faculty.
The EEGAP program takes a comprehensive approach to student intellectual development through seminars, video conferences, site visits, and mentoring to prepare students for summer research at UC Davis and competitive applications to graduate programs in ecology and evolution.
For more information about the EEGAP program, browse these pages or contact Academic Coordinator Carole Hom (clhom at ucdavis dot edu).
|EEGAP video: The University of California Office of the President featured 2012 EEGAP scholars Allie Igwe and Brittany Stallworth, PI Rick Grosberg, and research mentors Ania Truszczynski and Michelle Afkhami in a video that you can watch here.|
|Want more?EEGAP scholars feature prominently in another news article from the UC Office of the President.|
|About EEGAP: The Evolution & Ecology Graduate Admissions Pathways program is an initiative funded by the University of California Office of the President, and the UC Davis College of Biological Sciences, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and Division of Social Sciences to help Howard University undergraduates prepare for admission to graduate programs in ecology and evolutionary biology.|
photo credits: top -- Howard University undergraduates and UC Davis graduate students at the Center for Land Based Learning, Carole Hom/UC Davis