It’s a great day for crayfish biologists, and a great day for all conservation minded individuals as well! The United States Fish and Wildlife Service held a press release April 6, 2016.
OUR PROFESSORS & STUDENTS IN THE NEWS
"The world is the true classroom. The most rewarding and important type of learning is through experience, seeing something with our own eyes." — JACK HANNA
West Liberty University students are benefitting from the creation of a new lab that studies wildlife conservation, the Williams Companies Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWiM) Lab.
Dr. Zachary Loughman and his crayfish research was featured on the cover of the Winter 2016 issue of Neuron, West Virginia’s Journal of Science and Research.
A new program at WLU! In partnership with the Good Zoo at Oglebay, WLU’s College of Sciences has developed an innovative curriculum for zoo sciences.