Introduction to Biodiversity Conservation Research
Would you like to learn how to conduct conservation research? Understand more about the impact of research in conservation? Or are you thinking about a conservation themed project for graduate school in the future?
If yes, this course is for you!
The Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences department is offering a new course for Spring 2013 “Introduction to Biodiversity Conservation Research” WFSC 489, by Dr. Leslie Ruyle, coordinator for the Applied Biodiversity Sciences (ABS) Program. This course is designed to introduce ALL levels of undergraduate students to biodiversity conservation research happening at TAMU and involve students in the ABS Program. During the course, we discuss ways to identify research questions, find graduate mentors, and how to initiate a research project. We will be engaged with ABS faculty and students through lectures, seminars, and films while coming up with research questions of our own.
For more information about the course, contact Dr. Leslie Ruyle firstname.lastname@example.org.