Vermont Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

The University of Vermont
Rubenstein School of Environment and  Natural Resources
Burlington, VT 05405

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RECENT NEWS

 
Noah Perlut, a recent Unit Ph.D. student, accepted a position as an assistant professor at the University of New England.  Noah will be teaching several undergraduate level courses, and will continue his field research on grassland birds.  Congratulations, Noah!
Mike Harrington finished his M.S. under the direction of Dr. Donna Parrish.  Mike is now a fisheries biologist for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in Prineville, OR.  Good luck Mike!
Marc Eisenhower finished his M.S. under the direction of Dr. Donna Parrish.  Mark's work on cormorant foraging in Lake Champlain is in press at the journal, Waterbirds.  
Former Unit Ph.D. student David Bonter made headlines when his work on using radars to identify prime migratory bird stop-over areas was the featured cover story in a recent issue of Conservation Biology.  
Unit scientists and students have published many recent papers...check out our "Current Projects" link to download them. 

 

 

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Last modified: May 05, 2009