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Alum Success

"Lake Superior State University really did give me a great education. LSSU competes not only in the Midwest but Nationally as well."

Jennifer Johnson '08
LSSU Fisheries & Wildlife Mgmt graduate

Currently enrolled in the graduate program at the University of Georgia


Fisheries and Wildlife Management

Serious Work by Serious Students
Alumni
 
Well Prepared

A degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Management graduates are working at:

  • MDNR - Wildlife Biologist
  • MDNR - Fish Hatchery Tech
  • MDNR - Fisheries Biologist
  • SFWS(ND) - Biologist
  • USFWS(MI) - Biologist Tech
  • USFWS(MI) - Fisheries Tech
  • Michigan State Univ. - Elk Research Tech
  • Idaho Fish & Game - Wildlife Tech
  • Illinois Natural History - Research Associate
  • Arizona FWCA - Fisheries Tech
  • Natural Resources Conservation Service - Biologist
  • Environmental Consulting Firm (OH) - Fish Biologist
  • Univ. of Georgia - Field Researcher
  • Univ. of Minnesota - Research Asst./Graduate Student
  • Univ. of New York - Research Asst./Graduate Student
  • Purdue University - Graduate Student
  

LSSU has a great reputation for placing Fisheries and Wildlife students in graduate and professional schools, such as:

  • University of New York
Values and Attributes
  • Desire to help humanity
  • Intellectual growth
  • Precision
  • Enthusiasm for exploring
  • Spirit of scientific inquiry
  • Creativity

"Our Fisheries and Wildlife Management program is well-known throughout the region for educating students in the field, lab, classroom, and community. We provide our students with the knowledge and technical skills necessary in natural resources, but we also show them how to apply their knowledge to real-world management situations."

--Ashley Moerke
Assistant Professor,
Co-director of the ARL

 

Student Research...

Thaddeus Lewandowski Fisheries and Wildlife

Thaddeus assessed habitat changes over the past 11 years at the Vermilion Ecological Research Station, located some 10 miles west of Whitefish Point on Lake Superior. He compared vegetation records with a survey of current plant communities to describe aspects of ecological processes at the site. While changes to the landscape have occurred during the past decade, the effects may not significantly impact animals such as the Great Lakes endangered Piping Plover.

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