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Table Of Contents

CONTENTS
Foreword
Dedication
Preface
Acknowledgments
Contributors

1 Why Choose a Career in the Wildlife Profession?
PAUL R. KRAUSMAN AND SCOTT E. HENKE

2 Wildlife Undergraduate Education and the University Curriculum
RICK BAYDACK

3 Advice for a Student Entering the Wildlife Profession: A Professor's Perspective
SCOTT E. HENKE AND PAUL R. KRAUSMAN

4 Skills for Non-Academic Wildlife and Conservation Careers
ERIC WINFORD, MARIT WILKERSON, LAUREN M. PORENSKY, MARIAH MEEK, IARA LACHER, KELLY GARBACH, KRISTY DEINER, AND JESSICA L. BLICKLEY

5 Wildlife Careers: From A to Z
SCOTT E. HENKE AND NUMEROUS WILDLIFE PROFESSIONALS

6 Professional Societies: The Inside Track to Career Success
WINIFRED B. KESSLER

7 The Resume: The Most Important Tool in Your Career Kit
JOHN P. O'LOUGHLIN, PAUL R. KRAUSMAN, AND KERRY L. NICHOLSON

8 The Professional Interview: Preparing for Success
JOHN L. KOPROWSKI AND KAREN E. MUNROE

9 Being a Professional and Acting Professionally
WILLIAM F. PORTER AND KELLY F. MILLENBAH

10 Graduate School: A Professor's Perspective
FIDEL HERNANDEZ, NOVA J. SILVY, AND KELLY M. STEWART

11 Graduate School From the Student Perspective
MONIKA BURCHETTE, LINDSEY PHILLIPS, HOLLEY KLINE, LIANNE KOCZUR, BLAISE KORZEKWA, SHAWN CLEVELAND, AND TERRA RENTZ

12 Professional Diversity: The Key to Conserving Wildlife Diversity
MICHAEL T. KOHL, SERRA HOAGLAND, ASHLEY R. GRAMZA, AND JESSICA A. HOMYACK

Becoming a Wildlife Professional
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Publication Date: 4 Aug 2020
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Trim Size: 8.5" x 11"
Page Count: 232 pages
Illustrations: 58 b&w photos
ISBN: 9781421439150
Subject: Life Sciences