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EEB Seminar Series
Aug 30 (TH) at 3:30-4:45 pm, Derring 4069
Cayelan Carey of Virginia Tech

EEB Seminar Series
September 6 (TH) at 3:00 pm, 220 Price Hall
Tomer Czaczkes of U. Regensburg
Information use and value perception in social insects

EEB Seminar Series
September 13 (TH) at 3:30-4:45 pm, Derring 4069
Kendra Sewall of Virginia Tech

EEB Seminar Series
September 20 (TH) at 3:30-4:45 pm, Derring 4069
John Phillips of Virginia Tech
Quantum Biology meets behavioral biology: a new mammalian sensory system and a new class of sensory receptors in the mammalian retina

EEB Seminar Series
September 27 (TH) at 3:30-4:45 pm, Derring 4069
Elizabeth Tibbetts of U. Michigan

EEB Seminar Series
October 4 (TH) at 3:30-4:45 pm, Derring 4069
Rocky Parker of James Madison U.


Three fish conservation students receive three of nine 2018 Shimano/B.A.S.S. Nation College Scholarships! Congratulations to Cantley Krafft, Hunter Hatcher, and Stephen Stang.

Congratulations to graduate students Brian Case and Corbin Hilling, who earned graduate research fellowships from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and Virginia Sea Grant, respectively!

Deirdre Conroy awarded a Udall Undergraduate Scholarship-Congrats to Deirdre.

Does it Fart? by Nick Caruso (FWC, Postdoctoral Associate) and Dani Rabaiotti makes @nytimes best sellers list for science! Congratulations, Nick!

Congrats to P.hD. student Corbin Hilling, recipient of a 2018-2020 Virginia Sea Grant Graduate Research Fellowship Award!

Congratulations to Mary Sketch for winning the women's 2018 Blue Ridge Marathon in Roanoke!

Our Programs

We offer a Bachelor of Science degree in Fish and Wildlife Conservation with majors in Fish Conservation or Wildlife Conservation. At the graduate level we offer a Master of Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in Fish and Wildlife Conservation. All of our programs stress experiential learning and development of mentoring relationships between faculty and students.

Scholarships

There are a number of scholarships available for students within the department and college. Most scholarships have need-based and/or merit-based restrictions with varying award amounts.

Assistantships

To learn more about our graduate study options, check out our faculty research and available assistantships.

CONTACT US:

GENENRAL INFORMATION:

Dana Keith
Assistant to Department Head
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Cheatham Hall, RM100, Virginia Tech
310 West Campus Drive (MC0321)
Blacksburg, VA 24061


Phone: (540) 231-5573
Fax: (540) 231-7580
Email:fishwild@vt.edu


GRADUATE PROGRAM:

Dr. Sarah Karpanty 
Graduate Program Coordinator 

Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Cheatham Hall, RM150, Virginia Tech
310 West Campus Drive (MC0321)
Blacksburg, VA 24061


Phone: (540) 231-4586
Fax: (540) 231-7580
Email: karpanty@vt.edu


UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM:

Stephanie Hart, Director
The Advising Center
CNRE
Cheatham Hall, RM138, Virginia Tech
310 West Campus Drive (MC0321)
Blacksburg, VA 24061


Phone: (540) 231-5482
http://cnre.vt.edu/students Email: cnre_students@vt.edu