Conservation

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University Programs

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Accomplishments of the Boone and Crockett Club’s University Programs for 2020.
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The Boone and Crockett Club University Program is designed to provide science-based knowledge from seasoned wildlife professionals and educators to college graduates in the wildlife field to better prepare the graduates for the responsible and wise management of wildlife in the future.
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University of Montana - Ph.D. - 2021 | Conservation Benefits of Sustainable Land Use on Mammal Communities
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University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Bryan Stevens Michigan State University, Ph.D. 2016 Dr. Bryan Stevens completed his doctoral degree under the mentorship of Dr. Bill Porter, where he developed population assessment and decision support tools to inform wild turkey harvest management in Michigan. While completing his doctoral degree...
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University of Montana - PhD - Projected to Graduate 2021 | Integrated ecology of a reintroduction: Missouri elk restoration/ ecology and management of the restored elk population in Missouri
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Clemson developed a special online M.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology degree program to educate and train natural resources professionals who are currently in the field, as well as non-traditional students who are in natural resources-related positions or working in the policy arena. Currently...
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Land ownership patterns in Texas help TAMUK wildlife students understand the critical role of landowners in wildlife conservation. TAMUK’s Wildlife Program Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s (TAMUK) wildlife program has 150 undergraduate and 60 graduate students who learn about range and...
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The Program will accomplish the objectives through integrated teaching, research, policy analysis and outreach programs, intended to develop information and technologies useful in addressing economic, social and ecological aspects of forest ecosystem health and related wildlife issuesand concerns...
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Students in this department are interested in making contributions to solving problems associated with the extinction of species, wildlife recreational uses, food production from aquaculture, environmental education, and urban wildlife and fisheries recreational activities. TAMU Wildlife Program...

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