Month: June 2018
June 28, 2018
A biology degree is one of the most versatile programs out there for those interested in plants and animals. It’s a fascinating field that looks at the study of living organisms and the characteristics—i.e., physiology, behavior, anatomy, origin, etc.—that make them unique.
June 27, 2018
Not everyone is cut out for a career in wildlife biology. It’s true. Not everyone is willing to put in the hours of schooling and training it takes to understand the myriad animal habitats, landscapes, and refuge systems that crisscross our country. Not everyone is willing to think beyond themselves and shoulder the burden of preserving natural habitats and protecting endangered species for generations to come.
June 25, 2018
The sustainable management of natural resources involves managing natural resources such as land, soil, water, and minerals in a sustainable way. Preserving natural resources is one of the most important issues today. Natural resources provide the main source for our everyday needs. Through the years, we have been able to find a balance for using… Read more »
June 23, 2018
TO: Employee-News FROM: Dr. Melik Peter Khoury DATE: June 23, 2018 SUBJECT: Unity Works: Summer Edition ATTACHMENTS: None Unity College Colleagues, I hope this note finds you well as the spring gives way to early summer. In some ways, it feels like winter is only just ending, but we all know that fall will come… Read more »
June 19, 2018
‘This is a big step’ toward lifelong dream of becoming a full-time Game Warden
June 18, 2018
Since the modern day environmental movement in the United States began in the 1970s, households have followed suggestions and recommendations for ways to help the environment. Some of these environmental problems and solutions have been placed under a magnifying glass, and myths have developed about their effectiveness in making an impact. Recycling does make a… Read more »
June 18, 2018
Spending four years of your life—or more—studying a specific subject is a big commitment that requires a serious, informed decision. What you choose to major in should be something that excites you; it should be something you’ve daydreamed about; maybe even something you’ve pictured yourself doing for a living.
June 11, 2018
A degree in Geographic Information Science, or GIS degree, can lead to the beginning of a rewarding career for recent graduates and to a new career for seasoned professionals. GIS is a system that is designed to capture, retain, study, manipulate, manage, and present spatial and geographic data. Though the type and format vary, the… Read more »
June 01, 2018
Dr. Alexandra Sutton Lawrence has spent nearly her entire adult life in academia, going on from her bachelor’s degree in biology from Howard University, to Texas A&M for her master’s in Wildlife & Fisheries Science, onto her Ph.D. in Environmental Science at Duke, where she also worked as the Science Program Policy Director. Now, Dr.… Read more »