Dr. Stuart Welsh to Present FSU's Wildlife Society Public Talk
The Frostburg State University Wildlife Society will present Dr. Stuart Welsh of West Virginia University and his talk on “Ecology and Management of Striped Bass” on Monday, May 9, at 7 p.m. in FSU’s Compton Science Center Room 237
(note new date and location).
Welsh is the assistant unit leader-fisheries for the West Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and also an adjunct assistant professor in the Division of Forestry at WVU. He earned his both his doctoral and bachelor’s degree from WVU and received his master’s degree from FSU. His research specialties include fisheries stock assessment, fish/habitat relationships and non-game fish ecology.
For more information, contact FSU Wildlife Society president Kerry Wixted at 301-697-4026.
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