Global changes to climate, human impact on ecosystems and natural habitats, and increases in threatened and endangered species require smart, research-focused efforts to counteract imbalance. UW-Stout’s Professional Science Master’s in Conservation Biology trains degree candidates to evaluate and understand conservation practices in ecology, biodiversity, fisheries, watershed management, native species and habitats, global climate change, environmental laws and regulations, and natural resource management.
Join us on Wednesday, March 6, from 12:00n – 12:30p CST, for a Graduate Degree Showcase that specifically explores the P.S.M. in Conservation Biology. UW-Stout’s master’s degree programs are designed to provide graduates with the knowledge, skills and hands-on experience they need to address the challenges of today and to anticipate the needs of tomorrow.
Participation is free, but pre-registration is required through the UW–Stout Connect platform.