Through our wildlife classes, students have the opportunity to practice using techniques such as banding, tagging, and chemical immobilization. Classes offer opportunities for field studies of large and small animals in their natural habitat. Chances to participate in current research with graduate students or faculty are also available.
Internships are available to students at Taylor Wilderness Research Station and through our industry partners.
Other internships, work study, and scholarships are all available to students through the Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences.