ASSOCIATE PROFESSORGraduate Program Coordinator
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORProgram Coordinator for Wildlife & Conservation Biology
Wildlife and Conservation Biology Major B.S.
Our students combine science with their passion for nature and the outdoors.
What is wildlife and conservation biology?
The Wildlife and Conservation Biology program provides students with the multi-disciplinary background necessary to manage and conserve wildlife and their habitats against the backdrop of human population growth, development and climate change. Students in this degree program develop a broad foundation in the natural sciences and learn to manage a wide range of species.
Why study wildlife and conservation biology at UNH?
Located in the wildlife-rich state of New Hampshire, just minutes from the Atlantic Coast and an hour from the White Mountains, UNH is the perfect place for studying wildlife and conservation biology. Our program emphasizes hands-on experience through intensive lab and fieldwork, and students are encouraged to participate in faculty research projects involving a variety of wildlife species in areas including big game management, conservation biology, conservation genetics, endangered species management, landscape ecology and population ecology.
- Environmental education
- Game management
- Public outreach
- Resource management
- Wildlife management
114 James Hall
Durham, NH 03824
Phone: (603) 862-1022