Environment, Natural Resources, and Wildlife

This CLAS Career Network encompasses professions that cultivate, explore, and enhance the natural environment and the wildlife that inhabit it. The planet itself is a precious and dynamic entity that not only provides food, fuel, and comfort, but also harnesses immense destructive power. These elements must be managed ethically, safely, and sustainably. Additionally, the wildlife of the planet provide their own beauty and challenges, and their management must be handled with the care and sensitivity to maintain ecological balance.

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Intern with Forest Animal Rescue July 16, 2019 - JOIN OUR TEAM Help is always wanted. We heavily rely on the hard work and dedication of volunteers and interns. Want to help but don’t know where to start? -… More...
Paid Research Position with U.S. Geological Survey’s Wetland and Aquatic Research Center July 16, 2019 - Genetics Help Wanted! A full or part-time lab assistant is needed immediately to help with conservation genetics projects at the U.S. Geological Survey’s Wetland and Aquatic Research Center. Located in… More...
Visit the Whitney Lab! June 20, 2019 - Are you interested in marine life, conservation, or just love sea turtles? Summer is a great time to visit UF's Whitney Lab and the sea turtle hospital. Located in St.… More...

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Christine Richmond
Christine Richmond

Christine has curated the content for this page so you can view the latest thinking, articles, experiences, and programs related to Environment, Natural Resources, and Wildlife. She’s located in the Academic Advising Center in Farrior Hall. To get updates and additional info, as well as information about relevant events, join the Environment, Natural Resources, and Wildlife network.