Garrett Knowlton

Garrett Knowlton

Justin S. Morrill Leadership Fellows

Major: Fisheries and Wildlife

CANR Department: Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

Minor: Geographic Information Science

Status: Senior

Hometown: Lapeer, MI

 Internships & Work Experience

  • 2019: Demmer Scholars - Conservation Programs intern, Sustainable Forestry Initiative, Washington DC
  • 2018: Bat Ecology intern, National Park Service, Grand Teton National Park, WY
  • 2017: Sea Lamprey Research Technician, Weiming Li Lab, MSU, Millersburg, MI

Undergraduate Research

  • White-tailed deer movement in response to urbanization. Boone and Crockett Quantitative Wildlife Center, Dr. David Williams.
  • Feral pig resource selection in response to management action. Applied Forest and Wildlife Ecology Lab, Dr. Gary Roloff.
  • Assessing reporting bias within the Boone and Crockett white-tailed deer records. Boone and Crockett Quantitative Wildlife Center. Dr. David Williams.

Student Activities

  • Fisheries and Wildlife Club
  • Justin S. Morrill Leadership Fellow

“My perfect job would be a research biologist or professor position where I am able to ask my own research questions, as well as do science communication and outreach.”

— Garrett Knowlton, Fisheries and Wildlife Student