Graduate Positions with the Berryman Institute
The Jack H. Berryman Institute (BI) has a mission of reducing wildlife damage and resolving human-wildlife conflicts through teaching, research, and extension. For further information regarding the scope of Berryman Institute research, please review our Research Priorities.
Utah State University
If you are interested in a possible graduate position with Utah State University, please visit the USU School of Graduate Studies website to apply on-line.
The Department of Wildland Resources offers Master of Science and Doctorate degrees in the following areas: Forestry, Range Science, Wildlife Biology, and Ecology. For more information about our graduate programs, please visit the prospective student webpage.
In addition, prospective graduate students may contact faculty members to express an interest in joining that individual's lab and determine if he/she is accepting new students. Contact information for these faculty members can be found by visiting the Wildland Resources Department website.
To apply to the School of Graduate Studies at Utah State University, you must submit your application along with an application fee (nonrefundable), official transcripts from each college or university previously attended, three (3) letters of recommendation, and your GRE scores. Generally, a GPA of 3.0 or higher and a score at or above the 40th percentile on the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the GRE are required for admission. Additional details can be found at rgs.usu.edu/graduateschool/admissions