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What does it take to become an ecologist?

I'm considering pursuing this career. #environmental-science...

#ecology

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Active Nov 10 '17 at 13:53

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Posted by Lydia H.
Pradeep Kumar | TSE at Hinduja Global Solutions Education Requirements. An ecologist working in product development or applied research ...

What jobs are available for a biology major?

I have always loved studying biology in school. I have actually taken all of the science courses offered to my school i love science so much. Upon speaking to the schools guidance counselor, I found that i truly wanted to major in biology. What jobs would be achievable with a #biology major? I...

#wildlife-biology #ecology

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Active Sep 05 '17 at 00:19

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Posted by Lonita A.
Herman Liu | Clinical Trial Management Associate Hi Lonita, There are many careers in Biology. I personally studied ...

Which American universities focus on nutrition in relation to neurobiology?

I am a senior high school student with a several year experience in ecological theory and ecological agriculture. My work has lead me to study how food impacts brain health and development. I already have several mentors, including a neurobiologist, and am looking for more perspectives. I have...

#medicine #nutrition #ecology

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Active Jan 16 at 08:24

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Posted by Christian H.

Would a marine biology degree or a marine ecology degree be more beneficial to an aspiring marine biologist?

I want to become a marine biologist. I will be attending Western Washington University. From what I understand, marine ecology tends to be an easier degree to attain, so I planned to get a marine biology degree with the biology department. My dilemma is that Huxley College of the Environment...

#marine-mammals #ecology #marine-biology #conservation-biology

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Active Nov 10 '17 at 13:58

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Posted by Darby F.
Danielle Gendron | Technology Consultant - Associate at PwC I would recommend taking a look at the courses offered in ...

Do I need to get a PhD to do field research in the field of Environmental Biology or Animal Cognition?

I'm going into Ecology & Environmental Biology, and I'm wondering how much schooling I will have to do to do the work I want to, which right now resembles that of Jane Goodall. #biology #environmental #wildlife-biology #ecology...

#animal-work

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Active Nov 06 '17 at 19:58

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Posted by Ilana N.
Shulin Low | Ph.D., mucosal immunology Hi Ilana N., To work in Ecology and Environmental Biology, Ph.D ...

What is the best way to engage with a philanthropist?

I am interested in starting a project which integrates sustainable buisness practices, nutrition, and community involvement. #nutrition #ecology #community...

#sustainability

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Active Sep 29 '17 at 12:17

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Posted by Alejandra Q.
Sarah (Andersen) Koenig | Corporate Responsibility Hi there, Sounds like you have an awesome idea for a ...

Is there any practical overlap between environmental science and genetics?

Relating to careers and jobs. #genetics #ecology...

#conservation

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Katherine C.
Sandra Peacock | Laboratory Genetic Counselor at Baylor Miraca Medical Genetics ... Defining "practical overlap" is difficult but I think there is. Most ...

Is this a good plan of action for a major in environmental science?

I was told by a family friend that the best thing to do with an environmental major is to begin by working for the state government, and then after getting more experience, work for businesses doing such things as environmental impact tests. Is this good advice? #science #environmental...

#environment #environmentalism #ecology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:18

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Posted by Joshua S.
Marina Cubias-Castro | Environmental Engineer at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Hi Joshua, The places you choose to work in, with an ...

Is volunteer work a good option to gain experience after majoring in environmental science?

I am curious as to what college graduates do after receiving a diploma in environmental science. Do they typically receive job offers, or do they need more experience in the field? I am especially interested in conservation and restoration. #science #environment #ecology #animal-conservation...

#nature-conservation

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Hailey M.
Dillon Jones It always falls onto you need experience to get experience. Go ...

What does the typical day of an environmental scientist look like?

So, I understand that it a very, VERY broad field. But, I am curious as to the range of jobs and daily activities associated with working within the environmental sciences/biology/geology? Thank you! #environmental-science #biology #environmental-geology #geology...

#ecology

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Active Feb 12 at 09:17

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Posted by Ashley H.
Anne Harvey | Environmental Scientist at Philadelphia Water Department My job title is actually Environmental Scientist, but I work in ...

How to manage a double major, specifically in ecology and neurobiology?

As a senior high school student, I have two years of experience in ecology research. Having applied to 15 universities, I have targeted schools with cutting-edge research in ecology and neurobiology and flexible degree plans. I would like a personal perspective on co-managing two majors....

#ecology #neurobiology #neurosurgery #neurology #medicine #neuroscience

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Active Jan 16 at 08:28

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Posted by Christian H.

What exactly does it take to obtain a masters degree in Ecology, what should I expect and how long does it take to gain a masters in Ecology?

I'm interested in Ecology, i'm aware that i'd have to go to graduate school but exactly how long. I would like to get a persons perspective that's actually been through the process. #biology #ecologist #science #ecology #career...

#college

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Active Dec 05 '17 at 21:41

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Posted by Marica T.
Taylor Brophy | Parasite Ecologist Hi Marica, Between the comments and answers already you can see ...

What kind of jobs and careers do people enter after studying conservation biology?

Is it common for people to work for the national parks and government, or is there another source of jobs? #biology #environment #ecology #nature-conservation...

#habitat-restoration

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Active Oct 23 '17 at 15:27

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Posted by Hailey M.
Michaella Munyuzangabo | Solution Specialist: helping companies improve their supply chains ... I'm from Canada and found this website: http://www.eco.ca/career-profiles/conservation-biologist/#related-careers They showcase different ...

Will opportunities for civil engineering grow in the near future?

I'm #undecided whether to become a civil or mechanical engineer. I know that America, where I live, needs about 3.6 trillion dollars by 2020 to address infrastructure repairs and that the bureau of labor statistics estimates that civil engineers have the highest growth projection (by demand)...

#construction #ecology #transportation #civil-engineering #sanitation

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:46

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Posted by Daniel F.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive You need to wait to answer this question. If Senator Sanders ...

What kind of careers are there in the field of ecology?

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:44

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Posted by Katherine C.
Anne Harvey | Environmental Scientist at Philadelphia Water Department Ecology is a broad field. You can focus on animals, plants, ...

Do I have to major in biology to be an ornithologist/zoologist?

I want to be a zoologist, specifically an ornithologist focused on research and conservation. However, I'm not particularly interested in what is going on inside the bird. I understand how that would be important to know, but I don't want my major (i.e. biology) to simply be focused on this....

#biology #ecology #career #science #environmental-services #zoology #career-counseling

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Mariel O.
Sara Anderson | Environmental Scientist Not at all. It sounds like a major in ecology, environmental ...

The most exciting part of research to me is going out in the field and working with animals and in the environment, but I'm concerned that in my career I'll get stuck analyzing data and not doing field work. Any advice?

I'm going into Ecology & Environmental Biology and I love working with animals on the field and studying animal cognition in the wild or at a sanctuary. However, it seems to me that professionals in biology often spend their time analyzing data in the lab or writing grants, which I would fine...

#ecologist #biology #ecology #higher-education #research #field-work #researcher #animal-work

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Active Apr 07 at 00:02

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Posted by Ilana N.
Seth Daniel Bernstein | Coach, Counselor, Personal Branding Expert, Marketer, Educator When possible, I recommend emphasizing "applied" (i.e., hands-on) biology in the ...

Which college provides the best programs for both science and teaching?

I am interested in both biology and education, so I was wondering which colleges or universities (preferably Northeast) have the best programs for these two careers. #science #teaching #biology #education #ecology #environmental-services #evolutionary-biology...

#biology-teacher

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Active Apr 04 at 13:00

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Posted by Sedona R.
Sara Anderson | Environmental Scientist University of Delaware will allow you to pursue both a teaching ...

For those interested in pursuing a career in ecology and evolutionary biology, what types of jobs are available that involve working in the field with real organisms?

I have always been very interested in biology and animals, so when I discovered the ecology and evolutionary biology major at most prestigious schools, I thought it would be perfect! However, I know that I am a very hands on learner who would prefer to be out in the environment as opposed to at...

#environment #biology #ecology #animals #environmental-services #field-work #evolutionary-biology #animalscience

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:47

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Posted by Sedona R.
Sara Anderson | Environmental Scientist I work in water resources and we hire ecologists (classified as ...

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