Position will serve as a full-time tenure-track position in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank, to address issues of state, regional, national and international relevance in wildlife management and conservation, with a teaching and research emphasis on rangeland ecology, conservation science, pasture management, water fowl, and/or big game species. Position will focus on populations of one or more of the following; turkey, deer, water fowl, forage/browse management for wildlife, and other wildlife landscapes.  Solutions are needed to manage wildlife in varying environments, requiring a multi-scale understanding of wildlife population dynamics, and an appreciation of diverse public interests.


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