Vermont Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

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

Phone: (802) 656-3011
Fax: (802) 656-8683

 

 

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PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources currently has five major research concentration areas:  1) Natural Resources, 2) Aquatic Ecology and Watershed Science, 3) Environment, Society, and Public Affairs, 4) Environmental Thought and Culture, and 5) Forest and Wildlife Biology.  Students working with Dr. Parrish generally participate in the Aquatic Ecology and Watershed Science concentration, while students working with Dr. Donovan generally participate in the Forest and Wildlife Biology concentration.  

 

For more information about working with Drs. Parrish or Donovan, please read our student expectations guide.  In general, we recruit graduate students to work on a project that is funded to address research needs identified by our Cooperators.

For more information about graduate education at the University of Vermont, contact the Graduate College.

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Last modified: March 12, 2008