In the News
MSU Student’s Research on Great Lakes Trout Featured by Wisconsin Sea Grant
University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute – October 13, 2016
MSU Researchers Work to Protect Rattlesnakes
WILX 10: Local - July 20, 2016
Grassroots Tactics Could Improve Global Environmental Policies
MSU TODAY: Environment + Science & Technology - April 20, 2016
MSU Part of Team Working to Save Endangered Species in Nicaragua
MSU TODAY: Science & Technology - March 23, 2016
Successfully Moving Giraffes
MSU TODAY: Environment - March 16, 2016
Conservation Criminology at MSU Works to Defend the Rights of Nature and Wildlife Around the World
MLive: Interveiw - March 8, 2016
Inland Fisheries Determined to Surface as Food Powerhouse
MSU TODAY: Science & Technology - February 11, 2016
Recent MSU Fisheries and Wildlife Graduate Dan Myers is Recognized as “Top 10 Under 40”
Petoskey News - February 10, 2016
Militarization of Conservation: Narratives of Poaching
It’s Hot in Here: Broadcast - Recorded on January 8, 2016
Changing the face of science: A Q&A with Meredith Gore
MSU AgBioResearch - November 11, 2015
Second-Place Award for Best Presentation at MSU Environmental Science and Policy Program’s Research Symposium
Remington Moll won a second-place award for Best Presentation at the recent Research Symposium hosted by the Environmental Science and Policy Program at Michigan State University. He was recognized for an outstanding presentation of research conducted with RECaP collaborators on the reintroduction ecology of large carnivores in Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa.
MSU professor Dr. Meredith Gore fights illegal wildlife traffic:
Posted on October 3, 2016 12:44pm
The 2016 Stockholm Water Prize recipient Joan Rose has issued a challenge to Michigan State University students: Design a water fountain that does more than serves up fresh, clean water.
Posted on September 26, 2016 3:09pm
When it comes to understanding how giant pandas pick habitat, researchers get a much better picture by watching their whole journey, not just the potty breaks.
Vanessa Hull, a research associate at Michigan State University’s Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability spent two years working in the relatively uncharted waters of tracking wild pandas fitted with GPS collars. In the Sept. 14 edition of the journal PLoS ONE, she and colleagues fill in the gaps of understanding how pandas spend their days.
Posted on September 7, 2016 2:30pm
The Michigan United Conservation Club (MUCC) has been awarded a $147,500 grant by the Cabela’s Outdoor Fund for its Gourmet Gone Wild program.
Posted on July 19, 2016 10:14am
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources researchers Mike Walters, Department of Forestry, and Gary Roloff, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, are teaming up to study ways to increase sustainability and diversity of Michigan’s valuable northern hardwood forests.
The study is one of the largest in the country, with Walters and Roloff examining almost 150 30-acre forest stands on public and private land in the Upper and Lower peninsulas.
Posted on July 14, 2016 3:04pm
There is no more exciting time to be in our nation’s capital than in a presidential election year. This summer, a select group of students from Michigan State, Mississippi State and other universities are studying the intricacies of federal policymaking while working full-time in Washington, D.C.
Posted on July 8, 2016 8:00am
Spartan conservationists find creative solutions for protecting human livelihood while saving wildlife in East Africa.
Posted on June 17, 2016 10:09am
To help ensure a healthy planet today and tomorrow, Spartan researchers work across the globe to study and preserve wildlife habitats—from pandas in China to hyenas in Africa and, in Michigan, the eastern massasauga rattlesnake. With Michigan the last stronghold for the snakes, MSU’s work to track them and collect and share data is important to preserving the habitat crucial for the survival of the species.
Posted on June 3, 2016 8:01am
Posted on April 25, 2016 8:38am
Amber Peters is a fixed-term faculty member in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife who has taught in the department for 10 years. Through her teaching and mentoring efforts, Dr. Peters influences freshmen to seniors, science majors to art majors. A dedicated, innovative instructor, she finds ways to reach students in classrooms with 35 students to one with almost 200.
She is the 2016 recipient of the Howard and Lili Camden Endowed Teacher/Scholar Award.
Posted on April 18, 2016 5:05pm
Nominees for the Outstanding Student Leadership Award have shown service and leadership in the college, department or school and through their university activities. By tradition, the winner of this award is asked to represent the graduating seniors as class speaker at the CANR Commencement ceremony.