Welcome to Dr. Jeff Manning’s
Quantitative Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Lab
A cooperating member of the Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
and partner of the Pacific Northwest Cooperative Ecosystem Study Unit
Welcome to Dr. Manning’s Quantitative Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Lab located at Washington State University’s Pullman Campus.
This lab operates within WSU’s School of the Environment.
You can learn more about me, my lab, and new graduate student opportunities by exploring this website.
I am in the process of building this website, so stay tuned for additional details!
- Click the ‘Lab News‘ link for a running tab of lab accomplishments.
- Click on the ‘Prospective Students‘ link for a list of graduate, undergraduate, and temporary field research positions.
Job opportunity highlights
— April 2021 — There is a new Ph.D. Assistantship position in carnivore ecology open in the lab to begin fall 2021. For details, see the Prospective Students page
Closed — April 2019 — The lab currently has a paid wildlife research field position available this summer in the Southern Sierras of California. For details, see the Prospective Students page.
Closed –– January 2019 — There are two new M.S. Assistantship positions in avian and carnivore ecology open in the lab to begin fall 2019. For details, see the Prospective Students page.
Closed — January 2019 — Through WSU Faculty-led International Programs, I and Dr. Caren Goldberg are offering a new undergraduate summer course on Wildlife and Plant Ecology in Biosphere Reserves of Baja California, Mexico in May/June 2019. See the page (to the left) for details on this awesome opportunity.