New Faculty at MSU Animal & Range Department!


The following is from Montana State University: 

The entire Animal & Range Sciences Department at Montana State University – Bozeman would like to welcome Dr. Craig Carr to the department.  Dr. Carr has accepted the position of Assistant Professor – Rangeland Ecology.  

Craig received his Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from the University of Alberta in 1994.  He attended Oregon State University where he completed his M.S. and Ph.D. requirements.  Craig’s dissertation examined understory responses in ponderosa pine forests.  Get more details here:

Craig served as an agrologist with the British Columbia Ministry of Forests in the Kamloops Forest Region.  In addition, he was the Executive Director of the Crooked River Watershed Council.  Most recently, Craig was a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Nevada – Reno.  

Craig will be teaching NRSM 350 Vegetation of Western Wildlands and NRSM 351 Biomes of Western Wildlands.

Source:  Montana State University

Posted by Haylie Shipp


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