OEB is a diverse and vibrant department. We pride ourselves in the scholarly pursuit of a broad range of research and teaching interests. These interests span field and laboratory studies that are key to understanding the evolution of organisms, how biodiversity is generated and maintained, how organisms work, and how organisms interact with their environment. Due to such a broad range of research, our faculty, students and researchers conduct field projects at sites throughout the world, including China, Madagascar, Trinidad, Australia, Costa Rica, Panama, France, Africa and America. Click on a blue pin on the map to read more about current fieldwork as well as OEB course field trips, speaking engagements and outreach.