The Conservation Biology Graduate Program’s 3rd Annual Research Spotlight Fundraiser, Monday, April 115:30 - 8:00pm at Cargill Building & Online
The name change represents the program's multidisciplinary approach for biodiversity conservation and natural resources management, crucial for well-being of the natural earth and it's inhabitants. A new Conservation Science Track was added to provides structure and oversight for students interested in the interface of population, species, and ecosystem biology with disciplines of social sciences, education, economics. The Fisheries and Aquatic Biology Track focuses on conservation and management of fisheries and aquatic systems.
Lorraine Scottson (PhD) and Joseph Lechelt (MS)