BIO 4304/5304: Wildlife and Recreation: Impact, Policy, and Management
SPRING: Students are introduced to the impact human recreational activities have on wildlife habitats and populations. Management practices to enhance human-wildlife encounters or to minimize detrimental effects on wildlife populations will be presented. Prerequisite: BIO 4416 with a grade of "C" or better.
BIO 4331/5331/7331: Human Dimensions of Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation
FALL: Students will study human interactions with wildlife and fisheries and the principles and concepts important for understanding and addressing wildlife management and conservation challenges in the 21st Century. The focus is global.
Field to Classroom
Bringing Dr. Serenari's research experiences into the classroom provides a global context for students to improve their critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Engagement with active learning and other novel pedagogies keeps content fresh all semester long.
Service-learning projects are a staple in Dr. Serenari's courses. Students conduct social science research to help a community partner solve a problem.