Congratulations to Dave Fielder, acting research station manager at the Alpena Fisheries Research Station, and Mike Thomas, fisheries research biologist at the Lake St. Clair Fisheries Research Station, for their recent recognition.
The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference offers numerous opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and to network with professionals from across the world.
A leopard may not be able to change its spots, but new research from a World Heritage site in Nepal indicates that leopards do change their activity patterns in response to tigers and humans but in different ways.
To hunt or not hunt wolves can’t be quantified as simply as men vs. women, hunters vs. anti-hunters, Democrats vs. Republicans or city vs. rural.
Researchers have concluded that Michigan’s snowshoe hare population is declining at an alarming rate, and they are linking this problem partially to the effects of climate change.
Ten early-to-mid career tenure track faculty have been selected to develop and enhance their international research portfolios.
Research by MSU, published in the current issue of Bioscience, explores the paradox that although ecologists share findings via scientific journals, they do not share the data on which the studies are built.
A new study will pair Michigan State University (MSU) researchers with researchers from the University of Michigan-Flint.
The Center for Global Connections is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2015 Global Academy for Engagement Fellowship Program.
Meredith Gore is an associate professor of fisheries and wildlife with a joint appointment in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and the School of Criminal Justice.
F. William Ravlin and Scott Winterstein have been named chairpersons of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) departments of Entomology and Fisheries and Wildlife, respectively, by Dean Fred Poston.
Joan Rose will use a nearly $300,000 grant to incorporate the latest next-generation genomic tools in efforts to reduce the number of food-borne outbreaks associated with fresh produce.
Michigan State University's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources has netted more than $3.9 million in grants from the United State Department of Agriculture.