About 20 faculty, 40 staff, 60 graduate students, 200 undergraduates, 1200 alumni, and many friends….all working together to advance our knowledge of fisheries, wildlife, and conservation biology.
The Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology recognizes that structural and institutional barriers exist that prevent the inclusion and equal participation of people in our work. We believe that recognizing who is missing, and working to include them, is a first step to becoming a better department. Although this work is challenging, it will improve the quality of our research, enhance our science, expand our reach, and foster more effective teaching. Join us so that we reflect the society we serve.
Learn about the innovative research we're doing in the field of natural resources and conservation.
Learn more about our program curriculum to begin a career in fisheries, wildlife, conservation biology.
Our alumni make up a vast network of researchers, professionals, and leaders in natural resources.
Welcome Dr. Solomon David!May 3, 2023
We are excited to welcome Dr. Solomon David to the department as an Assistant Professor! He will join us in early August.
Welcome Dr. Kassandra Ford!May 3, 2023
We are excited to welcome Dr. Kassandra Ford to the department as an Assistant Professor and Curator of Ichthyology & Mollusks at the Bell Museum. She will join us in early August.
Conservation Sciences Seminar SeriesJanuary 20, 2023
The Conservation Sciences Seminar Series is on for the spring semester!
Please join us Fridays at Noon beginning on January 20, 2023.