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Wildlife Society members participated in the 2017 Southeastern Wildlife Conclave hosted
by Mississippi State University.
Dr's. Marlis and Michael Douglas are studying the effectiveness of the translocation
of the Illinois Prairie Chicken
Jeff Lewis, assistant professor of biological sciences, and Rebecca Sides, graduate
student, biological sciences study microbial stress responses.
Photo taken during a field study of Himalayan musk deer in Nepal. Pictured is "Annapurna
Himalaya" (26,545' height). The forest in the background is alpine forest which is
for endangered Himalayan musk deer.
Graduate student Mitchell Pruitt is working with Dr. Kimberly Smith to study the Northern
Saw-Whet Owl. They hope to acquire information about what the species is doing during
its time in Arkansas
University of Arkansas Study Abroad students traveled to Thailand to study tropical
Biology Professor, Dr. Johnnie Gentry is retiring after 38 years of service with the
Dr. Douglas Rhoads, working on Comparative genomics of pathogenic Staphylococcus species.
Thursday, April 27, 2016 SCEN 604