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This is the Wildlife (PLV)

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Interested in a career preserving the world’s animal diversity and habitat? Learn more and meet some wildlife experts on March 25 in PLV.

No matter where you live, at times you are likely to encounter various species of wildlife. Coexisting with regional forms of fauna and flora requires a certain amount of conservation management. Come and meet our wildlife experts for a panel discussion about our connections to wildlife on Wednesday, March 25 from 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. in the Environmental Center Classroom in PLV.

Panelists will discuss their work, how they became involved in their careers, and what paths students should consider if they are interested in working in the wildlife conservation field.

Panelists will include:

> Professor Jeff Main, Program Administrator, Westchester County Parks

> Mike Rubbo, PhD, Director of Conservation Science at Teatown Lake 
Reservation
> Melissa Grigione, PhD, Professor and Director of Pace’s Graduate Program in Environmental Science, Department of Biology and Health Sciences
> Chris Nagy, PhD, Director of Research and Land Management, Mianus River Gorge, Bedford, NY

Also, learn about a summer field course in the natural history of the Hudson Valley.

Pizza will be served! RSVP to lsorrentino@pace.edu.

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