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The CNR Reporter is a weekly publication of the University of Wisconsin­
Stevens Point College of Natural Resources. Deadline for articles and
announcements is 9 a.m. on Friday. Submit information electronically using
the article form. Looking for an old CNR Reporter find them in our archives.
Academic Information
Advising Walk­in Hours​
Advising Walk­in
Hours These times are set aside
for quick questions
regarding your degree
progress and student
record. Longer discussions
will require an
Mon. Jan 25
Bobbi Kubish
TNR 180
First­Year &
TNR 192
10:00 AM ­ 12:00 PM
Tues. Jan 26
1:00 PM ­ 3:00 PM
10:30 AM ­ 12:00 PM
Wed. Jan 27
10:30 AM ­ 12:00 PM
1:00 PM ­ 3:30 PM
Thurs. Jan 28
1:00 PM ­ 2:30 PM
Fri. Jan 29
Apply to the CNR! NEW
Attention students! If you currently have 45 or more credits completed, it is time to
apply to the CNR and get a faculty advisor. Stop by the Student Success Center in
TNR 180 to apply now. The deadline is Feb 15!
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6­Week Summer Field Experince Informational
Meeting NEW
Two 1 hour informational meetings will be held on Monday, February 8 at 5:00 pm
and 6:00 pm in 170 TNR for any student interested in attending a CNR summer field
experience in 2015. While this is not a mandatory meeting, it is strongly
recommended that you attend. Items discussed will include: registration process,
selection criteria, cost, summer schedule, expectations, summer jobs that work with
Treehaven, ect. Informational packets will be distributed at the meeting. The on­line
registration period for the 6­week Summer Field Experience will begin after the
meeting on the Student Success Center website. More information about on­line
registration and the different sessions will be provided soon. This meeting is not for students participating in the European Environmental Studies
Seminar or NRES 385 – the CWES 2 week summer camp (Waste majors).
Applications for NRES 385 will be available after spring break – watch the CNR
Reporter for details.
CNR Career Fair NEW ​
The annual CNR Career Fair will be on Thursday February 11 from 10:00 AM to 3:30
PM in the Laird Room in the DUC. Dress for success and bring along your Resume.
This is a great opportunity to network and to find potential internships, summer
jobs, and full time jobs. Make sure to stop on by and pick up a door prize!
For more information please go to Great Sources of Reference for Questions
The CNR handbook is a great reference, CNR Handbook !
The Campus Catalog is great as well, Campus Catalog !
Advising Resources has some really helpful Video Tutorials!
Buy Your CNR Apparel Today!
CNR long sleeved t­shirts – brown or sage green – Only $15!
CNR baseball and Fidel caps are also on sale in a variety of colors – only $15
Show your CNR pride and help support the programs of the CNR Student Success
Enhance Your Note­Taking, Test Preparation and
Study Skills The Tutoring­Learning Center (TLC) houses UW­Stevens Point's Academic Literacies
Specialist, Emily Wisinski, a professional staff member, meets with students on an
individual basis to discuss:
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Time Management
Goal Setting and Motivation
Test Preparation
and other study skills
Stop by the TLC in the basement of the library, room 018 to make an appointment
to discuss your individual concerns and create an academic success plan. Or, visit
during Emily’s office hours: Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. or Wednesday
from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Four Year Plan Blank Template
This document can come in handy when you are making a four year plan. It's a
great idea to plan ahead!
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Events and Speakers
Coffee and Culture NEW
February 10th: Stigma Stops Here: A Discussion on Mental Health at 6:00 pm
(DUC Alumni Room) Speaker: The National Alliance on Mental Illness; a UWSP
Student Panel
February 25th: Different Tribes: Different Cultures at 4:00pm (DUC Alumni
Room) Speaker: American Indians Reaching for Opportunity; a UWSP Student
Wisconsin DNR Warden Career Day NEW The Wisconsin DNR Bureau of Law Enforcement is holding a Conservation Warden
Career Expo coming up on Feb. 5 in Eau Claire, WI. Attached is a flyer for the
event. This is not a hiring/recruitment event but simply a chance for students to
spend some time with the department and get a better feel for what they do and
how the hiring process works. There is no charge for the event but participants
must RSVP.
To RSVP please go to If you have any
questions please contact Jeff King at​
Wisconsin DNR's Bureau of Natural Heritage
Conservation 2015 Accomplishments The Wisconsin DNR would like to share with you a report on the accomplishments
of the Wisconsin DNR’s Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation in 2015. It was a
great year with many things to be thankful for and proud of. Of course, many of
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these accomplishments would not have been possible without support from people
like you. Inside the report you will find stories about swans, bats, mussels, plants
and other important pieces of our natural heritage. Of particular interest may be a
story about rediscovering the federally threatened prairie bush clover (Lespedeza
leptostachya) at a State Natural Area in Green County or another one about the
always photogenic Virginia meadow beauty (Rhexia virginica).
20th Annual Conference, "Toward Harmony with
Nature" Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016
Please join us to learn from Dr. Morrison and our other native plants experts the
benefits of incorporating native plants into our yards, to create healthy, sustainable
landscapes in our urban, suburban and rural settings.
You can register for the event at
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Study Away Opportunities
National Student Exchange (NSE) Full Academic Year
or Single Semester, Fall or Spring
NSE offers students a domestic alternative to studying abroad. What began with
three campuses exchanging seven students is now 200 universities placing 3,000
students each year. UW­Stevens Point became a member institution in 2014 and will
begin to send students to NSE participating universities, and welcome NSE students
to campus, in the fall of 2015.
For more information visit the NSE website at and UWSP webpage at­Student­Exchange­­­­NSE.aspx​
Once you have background information contact UWSP program coordinator Mark
Koepke in CCC 108 for advising.
U of Idaho Semester in the Wild NEW
What better way to learn the ecological and social relationships among nature,
writing and sustainable natural recourses than to spend a semester in the middle of
it all, at Taylor Wilderness Research Station. Earn 17 upper division credits while
studying ecology in the heart of America’s largest wilderness area. For more
information check out If you have any questions please
contact Meg Gag at ​­2016/September%207%20­%2011,%202015.aspx
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Student Organizations
Student Organizations' Weekly Update
SGA Green Fund!
The Green Fund is a student ran fund that was created to finance
sustainable and environmental initiatives across the UWSP campus. This
fund provides around $100,000 for projects and is open to any group on
campus who is interested in starting a project that would increase
campus sustainability and decrease its environmental footprint. If you
have an idea, are interested in starting a project, or would like to sit on
the committee that allocates the funds, please check out the hyperlink
or contact Alex Thomas. Click here for project application!
American Fisheries Society (AFS) NEW
Welcome back to a new semester! Join us for our first meeting on
Wednesday, January 27th at 5pm in TNR 170! We will be talking about the WI
AFS annual meeting in February (17th – 19th). We need everyone who plans
on going to register, as the early bird registration deadline is on the 29th.
Registration is $50/student and will be reimbursed. Registration will be done
at our meeting which is easier with everyone together so please BE THERE.
Contact one of the officers if you can’t be there and need help registering.
This annual meeting is a great opportunity to network with professionals,
interact with the other student sub­units, and learn about current research –
take advantage!! Also, if you ordered apparel last semester, it will be
available to pick up at Wednesday’s meeting! Cash payment is preferred. If
you can’t make it, contact Kate Carpenter to pick up your apparel at a
different time. The 2nd apparel order is also due by Wednesday’s meeting at
5pm. Order forms will be available at the meeting, otherwise email your order
to Kate Carpenter by 5pm. See you soon​
American Water Resources Association (AWRA)
The UWSP Student Chapter of AWRA is committed to the preservation and
enhancement of our nation's water quality through education, responsible
management, and the continued efforts of our members. We provide many
hand on experiences in water resources and hydrology fieldwork projects. We
also have fun events like highway cleanup, educating children and local
residents in the community about water resources and water protection.
Dues are $5 for a semester, or $10 per academic year plus a FREE T­Shirt. We meet every Tuesday at 5:00pm in TNR 252.
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Animal Behavior Club Are you interested in the applications of animal training? Our meeting this week will focus on a discussion about animal training
and include a demonstrative game.
Join us on Wednesdays at 6pm in TNR 122.
CNR Bible Study
We've come to the end of another semester that was full of great
discussion and question. We will pick it back up January 27, 2016 at the
same place, at the same time (until otherwise adjusted)! Thanks to all
who showed up and have a Merry Christmas.​
You can contact
Glen Ristow at if you have any questions.
Coalition of Organizational Leadership in TNR (COOL) Our meetings are Thursdays at 5:00 PM in TNR 320, and that any
topic/event/idea that anyone would like to be brought up at this
meeting can be emailed to Jordan Winkenbach at
Ducks Unlimited Student Chapter
The newly formed Ducks Unlimited student chapter will be having its first
meets Wednesdays at 6:00p.m. in TNR 170.
Anyone interested in wetlands, waterfowl, and the great outdoors is welcome
to join!
Come by to meet the new officers, learn what we have in store for next
semester, and sign up for the email list!!
Environmental Educators and Naturalists Association (EENA)
The Environmental Educators and Naturalists Association exists to
spread environmental literacy and knowledge to the surrounding campus
and community through educational programs and events geared toward
all ages. EENA meets every Tuesday at 7pm in the WCEE on the 4th
floor of the library­ all students are welcome! Environmental and Sustainability Issues Committee
If you are interested in working on sustainability initiatives and policies
on the UWSP campus, check out the Environmental and Sustainability
Issues Committee of the Student Government Association! The
committee works on a variety environmental topics from bicycle safety
to waste reduction. Stop by the meeting, Thursdays at 12pm in the
Brewhaus conference room, or contact Alex Thomas if you want to get
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The Izaak Walton League of America is one of the oldest conservation
organizations in the United States. It was founded in 1992, and has
over 250 local chapters throughout the nation.
Our club is focused on anything and everything outdoors. We
participate in many different activities such as Trout Stream
Restoration, Trail Maintenance, Highway Cleanup, and Kids Fishing Day,
as well as Bow Shoots, Trap Shoots, and Rifle Shoots. During our
meetings we also have hands on activities such as Knot Tying,
Chainsaw and Axe sharpening and care, Wilderness Survival, and many
We have meetings every Thursday at 7:00 PM in TNR 240. Dues: $5.00/semester or $8.00/year
Comments or questions? Email us at or check out the
UWSP IKES Website:
Land Conservation Society
The Land Conservation Society (LCS) is a national organization which has a
newly establish branch here on campus. We focus on land conservation at its
roots which is at the private level and work with several nonprofit
organizations focused on land conservation called land trusts. We work
especially close with the North Central Conservancy Trust in plover which has
land from the bottom of Adams County to the top of Lincoln County and Taylor
County. We hold more than half a dozen work days every semester where we
go out and help, conserve, and preserve owners land through many different
management techniques. Please stay updated on your e­mail for our events next semester. Email us at for any questions. Park and Recreation Association (PRA)
We meet weekly at 6 pm in TNR 320 and our contact email is If students would like updates, we will be sending weekly emails about
activities, so they can email us to be added to the contact list if they
can't make it to meetings. We also have an updated list of officers on the UWSP student
organization page under PRA if people wish to contact us individually.
Society of American Foresters (SAF)
The Society of American Foresters (SAF) is one of the largest student
organizations at UW­Stevens Point and one of the most active. We are aimed
at getting undergraduates valuable experience. We meet weekly in TNR 170
at 5pm on Thursdays! Dues: $3 for the semester or $5 for the year.
Interested in throwing axes, underhand chop, or crosscut sawing?! Well you
are in luck, because we have a Woodland Sports team! Come join us anytime
we are practicing. Have comments or questions? Email us at or stop by the office
in room TNR 361.­2016/September%207%20­%2011,%202015.aspx
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in room TNR 361.
UWSP SAF Website:
Society for Ecological Restoration (SER)
We are a group of people dedicated to helping restore and conserve
ecosystems by volunteering with numerous organizations and institutions both
locally and across the state. Through activities such as removing invasive
species, collecting native seed, planting native species, assisting with
prescribed burns, and much more, we stay connected to the community and
the surrounding ecosystems. With many events and activities planned, we are
excited to see what this semester will bring:
Our meetings are on Wednesdays in TNR 240 starting at 5:00pm. We hope to
see you there!
"Society grows great when old men {and women} plant trees whose shade
they know they shall never sit in." ­­Greek Proverb
Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS)
Our meetings are Thursdays at 5 PM in TNR 361!
Dues are $5 for a semester and $10 for the year! We hope to see you at our
next meeting!
Student Law Enforcement Association (SLEA) If you're interested in law enforcement and enhancing your skills then
stop by Every Monday night at 6 pm in TNR 170. This week we will be
having a guest speaker on leadership and what involvement can do for
your future. If you have any questions please contact a member of our
officer team. Officers can be found on our website:
Students for Sustainability (SFS)
Come to our weekly meeting on Thursdays at 6:00pm.
Students for Sustainability is a merged organization from the previous
organizations Students for Sustainable Communities and Sustainable
Agriculture in Communities Societies. You can like us on Facebook at UWSP
Students for Sustainability.
Student Research Symposium (SRS)
The CNR Student Research Symposium Planning Committee is a group
of students that work with faculty and staff to organize the CNR Student
Research Symposium in the spring!
Contact the Symposium email at or Dr. Hauer at if
you have any questions.
Students for Wetland Awareness, Management and Protection
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Boost your résumé by undertaking volunteer opportunities applicable to
your field! All of our meetings give up to date information on local and
statewide events that provide benefits to a wide variety of CNR majors
and beyond. Our meetings are at 5pm on Mondays in TNR 320, and
make sure to bring your planner. Feel free to contact any of our officers
with any questions that you have. We'll see you at the next meeting!! Trap Shooting Club
Do you enjoy trap shooting or have an interest in trying it? We are a
club on campus who enjoy to shoot recreationally and competitively. We
shoot mainly in the spring semester on Thursday evenings at Ashley
shooting club located in Mosinee. The club offers 16 yard stand, skeet,
and a heated 5 stand which is opens in February. During the summer we
shoot competitively at the collegiate level under the Scholastic Clay
Target Program (SCTP). This past summer we took first place at one
shoot and third place at the state shoot. Dues for the club are $10
which get you a reduced shooting price at Ashley shooting club. Provide
your own shells and gun. Hunter safety, gun safety, or military training
is required for the club. If you do not have any of those, the Wisconsin
DNR has an online course in which you can take. If you have any
questions, message us on our Facebook page "UWSP shooting club" or
email us at
Waste Management Society
The Waste Management Society’s mission is to help all students learn
about and participate in activities related to modern waste
management. We offer opportunities to participate in waste related
projects, attend conferences, and meet a number of professionals from
the waste management industry. We promote the reduction, reuse, and
recycling of common waste items along with opportunities in composting
and wastewater as well.
If you are interested in joining or have any other questions, please
contact President Alex Mudde at or our adviser Dr.
Rob Michitsch at or in TNR 276.
We try to hold meetings every other Tuesday at 6:30PM in TNR 255
The Wildlife Society (TWS)
The Wildlife Society is one of the largest student organizations and student
TWS chapters. TWS provides numerous opportunities to members. Bird
banding, radio­collaring deer, trapping, telemetry, and networking
are just a few examples.
The next few meetings will be part of a job series. A few members will present
about their awesome summer positions and will give advice about finding
jobs. TWS meetings are held Tuesdays at 5pm in TNR170.
The wildlife society is collecting deer lymph node samples for the DNR's CWD
sampling efforts, so if you happen to bag one of those elusive fuzzy brown
critters this weekend, please consider donating some lymph node samples to
help out the DNR. Please contact for more details on
submitting a sample.
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Do you want to be kept up­to­date about TWS? Consider becoming a member
so you can get email updates. If you have questions please contact
Wisconsin Camps ​
Wisconsin Camps is a student organization dedicated to camp
development. We network resources within the camping community for
college students, helping to create a safe, learning, and fun experience
for the kids we will be working with in the future.
We meet Wednesdays at 7PM in TNR 122!!
Women in Natural Resources (WiNR) Women in Natural Resources is a student organization focused on encouraging
women to get involved and become leaders in natural resources through
volunteering, hands on experiences, and social events. Our meetings are every Wednesday at 6:00 in TNR 320!
Have A Great Winter Break!!!
If you are interested in joining or have any questions, please contact
President Anastasia Wolf­Flasch at You can also check
us out online at ( or
Facebook (UWSP Women in Natural Resources)!
Update Your Org! NEW
Please send the CNR Reporter your Student Organization updates as often as you
can! Email your article forms to by 9 AM Friday!
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Scholarship Information
Scholarships Available This Week!
SAGLA Essay Contest Deadline: January 29
Koenig's Conservation Club Scholarship Deadline: January 31 Wisconsin Garden Club Federation Scholorship​
Deadline: Febuary 1 Upper level college students entering their junior or senior year, or
postgraduate students having a scholastic record of not less than a 3.0 GPA
and are pursuing the study of horticulture, landscaping, environmental
sciences, conservation, forestry, or similar fields of study. Applicants should
be residents of Wisconsin and attending a Wisconsin school.
Youth Reporters for the Environment Writing Contest​
: Deadline March 15­2016/September%207%20­%2011,%202015.aspx
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The Wisconsin Sportsman's Association Scholarship: Deadline March 25 NEW
Izaak Walton League of America Scholarships ­ Brown County and WI and National​
: Deadline
May 15 NEW
Click here to learn more about all of the scholarships
available to CNR students.
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Workshops and Activities
Wisconsin Taxidermists Association State Competition
Taxidermists from around the state compete in diffrent categories to be state camp!
The event will be on Saturady, Feb. 20 from noon to 4 PM at the Holiday Inn and
Convention Center in Stevens Point. Admission is $5 at the door.
"Our Water, Our Future" Writing Contest
The "Our Waters, Our Future" Writing Contest seeks short stories reflecting positive futures for
water and people in south‐central Wisconsin. We've spent the last couple of years talking to area
residents and then having our scientists model possible futures to come up with four "Yahara
2070" scenarios. Now we want to see what other lovers of our lakes and waters can come up with!
The winning story will be published in Madison Magazine; the deadline is Feb. 1, 2016. All details
can be found here:‐contest​
New Recognition and Networking Tool for Student
Environmental Leaders
National Wildlife Federation’s EcoLeader Community is the first online community of
its kind where student leaders can share and collaborate on the important
environmental work they’re doing on campus and in the community, network, gain
inspiration from students across the country and ultimately earn national recognition
for their leadership skills. Visit to join the community!
NWF’s EcoLeaders provides individuals the opportunity to:
• Connect with student leaders across the country for support and inspiration
• Share and collaborate on environmental projects they’re leading on campus
or in the community
• Sharpen leadership skills for the environment
• Access the diverse resources of National Wildlife Federation and partner
• Earn national recognition for leadership and positive impact on the
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National Wildlife Federation launched a new online community called EcoLeaders, a
community for student environmental leaders.
EcoLeaders provides individuals the opportunity to:
Connect with other students in their region and nationwide on conservation and
sustainability issues via direct messaging to community members and through
Access resources on a variety of sustainability topics – transportation, energy,
water, wildlife/habitat, etc.
Start a project, and track actions – organize teams, share goals and updates.
Earn recognition from National Wildlife Federation for their leadership skills over the
course of their projects & campaigns, and a separate recognition opportunity for
their positive impact on the environment.
Visit to join the community!
If you have any other questions you can contact Cody Kamrowski at
Division Street Student Research Initative How do we transform a barrier into a boulevard? The Division Street Student
Research Initiative is a unique project that will bring UWSP students from a range of
disciplines into collaboration with faculty partners, city officials, designers and
artists, community members, and business groups in an initial effort to consider the
revitalization of north Division Street; a roughly ninety­two acre blighted
highway/business corridor adjacent to the UWSP campus.
For more information contact: Katja Marquart (, Tori
Jennings ( or Anna Haines (
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Job Opportunities
Looking for a Job or Internship? All job postings are posted in CareerPoint*. CareerPoint can be found on the Career
Services home page or by clicking here.
Every student has their own account.
Your username is your student ID number
Your password is your birthday.
Once you activate your account, you may change your password.
The Reporter Staff encourage you to become familiar with CareerPoint.
Click here for a quick tutorial of searching for jobs. We will post highlights of incoming jobs, but all postings will be found on
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*Jobs in CareerPoint listed as "Internships" are not guaranteed to count for a
credited internship. To verify if a job will count, please check with your discipline's
Internship Coordinator.
CNR Internship Opportunites (Credit­approved Internships)
UW­Stevens Point Internships
USA Jobs Resume Writing Tips
Jobs Posted in CareerPoint This Week NEW
“In a New Light” Intern, Northwest Passage – WI
AmeriCorps Positions, AmeriCorps – Moose Lake, Tower and Tofte, WI
Community Groundworks Internship, Troy Gardens – Madison, WI
Community Program Intern, Urban Ecology Center – Milwaukee, WI
Conservation, Zoning, and Planning Intern, Sauk County – WI
Environmental Education Intern, Marsh Haven Nature Center – Waupun,
Field Ecology Intern, Maine Natural Areas Program – Augusta, ME
Fish Habitat Intern, MNDNR – St. Paul, MN
Fisheries Intern, MNDNR – MN
Fishing in the Neighborhood Internship, WIDNR – WI
Forestry Intern, Beltrami County – Bemidji, MN
Forestry Intern, City of Watertown – Watertown, WI
Forestry Tech (Fuels), the Kaibab National Forest – Tusayan, AZ
Great Lakes Summer Student Fellows, Cooperative Institute for
Limnology and Ecosystem Research – Ann Arbor, MI
Green Building Management and Research Intern, Urban Ecology Center
– Milwaukee, WI
Invasive Plant Biology Intern, Maine Natural Areas Program – Augusta,
MN Zoo Early Childhood Ed & Nature Intern, MN Zoo ­ Apple Valley, MN
MN Zoo Education Naturalist Internship, MN Zoo – Apple Valley, MN
MN Zoo School Programs Internship, MN Zoo – Apply Valley, MN
Park Ranger, Huron­Manistee National Forest, Oscoda MI­2016/September%207%20­%2011,%202015.aspx
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Research and Citizen Science Intern, Urban Ecology Center – Milwaukee,
Resource Assessment Forestry Intern, MNDNR – Multiple Locations, MN
Resource Assistant Fellowship, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and
Student Conservation Association – Shepherdstown, WV
Shallow Lakes Intern, MNDNR – Madelia and Brainerd, MN
Summer and Fall Internship, Winous Point Marsh Conservancy – Ottawa,
Summer Intern, the Nature Conservancy – Sturgon Bay, WI
Temporary Field Tech, NEON – Multiple Locations, WI
Urban & Community Forestry Project Coordinator, MNDNR – St. Paul, MN
Urban Forest Intern, the City of Milwaukee – Milwaukee, WI
Urban Forestry Specialist Trainee, the City of Milwaukee – Milwaukee,
Watercraft Inspection Inter, MNDNR – Grand Rapids, MN
Wildlife Lake Survey Internship, State of Minnesota – Multiple
Locations, MN
Other Job Boards Wisconsin County Code Administrators
Wisconsin Land and Water Land Trust Alliance
Wisconsin Planners
Planning Jobs
Schmeeckle Job Board USA Jobs
Chicagoland Environmental Network​
Texas A&M Job Board
Conservation Job Board
University of Georgia Forestry and Natural Resources Job Board
Cyber­Sierra Natural Resources Jobs
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American Fisheries Society Job Site Arizona Game and Fish Department Career and Educational Opportunities in Ecology, Conservation & other
Environmental Sciences New Mexico State Employment Office Northern Arizona University School of Forestry Career Development The Wildlife Society Job Board Science Careers from the Journal Science WDNR Limited and Long Term Employment Jobs Minnesota DNR Employment Website Water Resource Jobs
Graduate Research Assistantships Forest Resource Economics and Management
The Department of Forestry at Mississippi State University has a graduate
assistantship available for an individual interested in pursuing a MS degree in
forestry with a specialization in forest resource economics and management. The
planned start date for this assistantship is June 1, 2016 and will remain open until
filled. The assistantship includes an annual stipend and full tuition waiver. Students are responsible for fees. The assistantship will be awarded for 2 years,
contingent upon satisfactory yearly performance, and will require 20 hours of work
per week.
To learn about the MSU Department of Forestry and College of Forest Resources,
please visit our website at Information on graduate
admission to Mississippi State University can be obtained from the MSU Office of
Graduate Studies at
For more information on this assistantship opportunity, please contact:
Dr. Donald L. Grebner
Professor – Forest Resource Economics and Management
Box 9681
Mississippi State, MS 39762­9681
Phone: (662) 325­0928
Fax: (662) 325­8726
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