Post Tagged with: "Wildlife and Conservation Biology"

Career Corner | Alum Leaps from Internship to Career with Wayne National Forest

Career Corner | Alum Leaps from Internship to Career with Wayne National Forest

by Kristin Distel At Wayne National Forest, OHIO alum Kyle Brooks (’17) has established a career that perfectly combines his interests and talents. Since June 2018, Brooks, who majored in Wildlife and Conservation Biology, has worked as the WNF Photojournalism Resource Assistant, which is part of the National Forest’s Resource […]

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February 16, 2019 at 12:18 pmAlumni

Six Biological Sciences Grad Students Awarded A&S Graduate Student Research Awards

Biological Sciences graduate student awardees outside Irvine Hall. from lft: Anthony Gilbert, Jasmine Croghan, Cassie Thompson, Juan Pablo Aquilar Cabezas. Waymon Holloway. Not pictured, Rachel Olsen

Six Biological Sciences graduate students were chosen to receive College of Arts & Sciences Graduate Student Research Awards this past fall during the inaugural funding cycle for the award. The objective of the research award is to support graduate students in their research endeavors. Two review cycles are offered each […]

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February 24, 2018 at 11:51 amResearch

Senior Finds Adventure, Hands-on Science in Alaska Internship

Danielle Butts's internship in Kodiak, Alaska, provided adventure and education.

by Kristin M. Distel “My internship taught me about my skills and interests, and it took me outside of my familiar environment in Ohio,” says Danielle Butts, a senior in Wildlife and Conservation Biology, who spent summer of 2016 completing an exciting internship at Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge in Kodiak, […]

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March 28, 2017 at 6:59 pmNews