USU Ecology

About USU Ecology

The Ecology program at Utah State includes affiliated faculty from 11 departments in 5 colleges and fellow students with many different interests. The Ecology curriculum is research-based and includes a common but flexible core of seminars and courses, along with specific departmental degree requirements and a research thesis or dissertation.

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Old Main Rm. 161

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Field technician

May 2021 - August 2021 Logan, UT
“SageSTEP field season. We had a great team and learned a lot of range field data collection! Highly recommend if you love being outside”

Vegetation Monitoring Technician

May 2019 - July 2019 Logan, UT
“Really fun and meaningful work! Learned lots about vegetation monitoring and how to manage field work.”
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