Northern Michigan University is located on the south shore of Lake Superior in beautiful Marquette, MI. Housed in the Biology Department, we offer a B.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife Management as well as related degree paths in Biology: Ecology, Zoology, and General Biology. Graduate students can engage in M.S. programs that support natural resource research as well. Our programs in natural resources emphasize a solid core in biology combined with exceptional opportunities to work in natural habitats with wildlife, fish and invertebrates. Our students are encouraged to find their own path within natural resources whether it be in game management, habitat restoration, species conservation, or ecosystem science. Our students embrace all aspects of work with natural resources and that diversity of interest enlivens our program! Students often engage in undergraduate and graduate research projects as well as career-oriented internship experiences. We maintain strong relationships with the MI DNR, USFWS, NPS and NFS. Field courses and research experiences are also available with recent destinations including Mongolia, Zambia, the Caribbean, Brazil and, of course, the islands of Lake Superior. For more information, visit www.nmu.edu/biology or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point offers three welcoming campuses, Stevens Point, Marshfield, and Wausau, in the heart of Wisconsin. Our students discover inspiring professors, research, and study abroad opportunities, and dynamic programs that prepare them for a fulfilling career. We equip our students to live sustainably, think critically, and realize long-term success in a diverse world. We are home to one of the largest undergraduate Colleges of Natural Resources in the nation, offering B.S. and M.S. degrees (thesis and online non-thesis options) in all areas of natural resources management including fisheries and aquatic sciences, water resources, hydrology, wildlife ecology, wildlife education, conservation law enforcement, and environmental education and interpretation. Our Wisconsin Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, Center for Watershed Science and Education, Wisconsin Center for Wildlife, and Center for Land Use Education offer unique research and learning opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students. For more information visit www.uwsp.edu/cnr or contact Bobbi Kubish or Katie Youngberg at email@example.com.
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