Our natural resources and environment are vital to our future. Faculty and staff in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife strive to meet the global challenges that threaten the sustainability of our ecosystems. We empower our students and our stakeholders with the knowledge needed to ensure our natural heritage and a high quality of life. We accomplish this through our renowned and distinguished education, research and outreach programs.
The Michigan State University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) has supported two exciting programs that college officials say are critical to the undergraduate experience. With funding from the MSU Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU), the 2013-14 Dean’s Choice Award recognized a student-created study abroad trip to Fiji, and the 2014-15 award led to a new undergraduate research forum to prepare students for larger competitions.
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Michigan State University is partnering with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome Jan. 26-28 to bring 212 people from 45 countries to discuss ways to make fish a competitive part of global development, from the Great Lakes that surround Michigan to the Amazon and Vietnam’s Mekong Delta. The Global Conference on Inland Fisheries is Jan. 26-28 at the FAO headquarters.
Eighteen MSU professors and students will be attending and giving talks and poster presentations on topics ranging from governance to food security to law enforcement. MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon will deliver the conference’s opening remarks.