Department of Plant Biology,
Ecology, and Evolution (PBEE)
We are a dynamic department devoted to understanding plant biology, from molecules to ecosystems. Our faculty have comprehensive research programs in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and in Cell & Molecular Biology. We provide opportunities for research experiences for our undergraduates through our B.S. Plant Biology and B.S. Biological Science programs. Our Graduate Program offers an M.S. in Plant Biology and a Ph.D. in Plant Science.
Office location: 301 Physical Sciences. Faculty offices and labs are located in Physical Sciences, Life Sciences East basement, or the Henry Bellmon Research Center (Directory). The OSU Herbarium is in the LSE basement.

Congratulations to our 2017 PhD graduates

Angela McDonnell (left) has taken a position at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania as a Postdoc. Justin Dee (second to the left) has taken a position at University of Missouri as a Postdoc. Nicole Parker (right) has taken a position among PBEE faculty as an instructor for BIOL 3023 for the upcoming Fall semester.

Graduates pictured with Dr. Mark Fishbein

News & Announcements
Dr. Andrew Doust (Associate Professor) and Dr. Mark Fishbein (Professor) are co-PI's on a $250,000 National Science Foundation-MRI grant for the 'Acquisition of a genomic sequencer within a shared resource facility for interdisciplinary sciences and training at Oklahoma State University'. See more here.
Dr. William Henley, Professor, has been awarded a two-year Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology, Plant Science Program grant totaling $100,000 to study 'Enhanced Lipid Production by Mutant Diatoms in Continuous Culture'. See more here.
Dr. Ming Yang, Associate Professor, was awarded a grant from Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology for $100,000 to study Meiotic suppressors of ask1–1.' See more here.