Two M.S. graduate research assistantships are available in the Walters lab.
Lots of excitement in the Walters lab with two new research articles out and two new MS students joining the lab.
Dr. Annika Walters is a co-author on a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Coop Student Rich Walker was photographed for a Wyoming Tribune Eagle article in July 2016.
Recent graduate uses genetics to understand Wind River burbot population connectivity.
Anna Senecal, a former Master’s student in the Wyoming Coop Unit, recently published her research in Ecosphere.
Dr. Wayne Hubert and Dr. Frank Rahel were recently named inaugural fellows of the American Fisheries Society for their exceptional contributions to the field of fisheries. Many of the fisheries managers in the state of Wyoming were trained by Dr. Hubert and Dr. Rahel.
Annika Walters was part of a team of researchers that developed a vulnerability index incorporating a stream ecosystem’s natural sensitivity…
Brian Hickerson comes to the Wyoming coop unit from Arizona, where he graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in fisheries conservation and management; Alex LeCheminant received his B.S. in fisheries and wildlife management from Paul Smith’s College in Paul Smiths, NY prior to moving to Wyoming.
Zack Underwood will defend his thesis on burbot movement and population in the Wind River Wyoming on September 15, 2015.