Jennifer Stenglein (Ph.D. candidate, Forest and Wildlife Ecology) was recognized as 2012’s Outstanding Graduate Student by the Northcentral Chapter of The Wildlife Society (http://www.wildlife.org/). The award was announced at the Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference December 10 in Wichita Kansas. Jen is studying the population dynamics of wolves in Wisconsin and has recently been advising the Wisconsin DNR on the potential population-level effects of wolf hunting. The Wildlife Society is the professional society for wildlife biologists working in government agencies, the private sector, and academia. The Northcentral section include the states of WI, MI, MN, IN, IL, OH, KS, MO, IA, NE, SD, ND and the province of Ontario.
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