Susan G. Clark

Joseph F. Cullman 3rd Adjunct Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Policy Sciences

Education & Curriculum Vitae

B.S., Northeastern Oklahoma State College M.S., University of Wyoming Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Curriculum Vitae

 

About

Susan Clark’s primary goal in her research and teaching is to improve conservation of species and ecosystems at professional, scientific, organizational, and policy levels. She has conducted field ecological and behavioral research on thirty-five mammals and other species. She is interested in natural resource policy and management and has conducted research and applied projects, for example, in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to develop ecosystem management policy and in Australia to evaluate endangered species policy (most recently for koalas). She is currently researching conservation policy in Central America. 

 

Courses

Course Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Fall 2019 Spring 2020
826
Foundations of Natural Resource Policy and Management
Clark
M - 1:00-3:50
Clark
TBA - TBA
964
Large-Scale Conservation: Integrating Science, Management, and Policy
    Clark
TBA - TBA