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The Importance of Conservation


Weber State University zoology professor Dr. Christopher Hoagstrom began his conservation journey during his undergraduate education at Ohio Northern University and graduate education at Sul Ross State University. He also worked with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, where he studied the needs of endangered fish and made recommendations to improve their status. Since moving into academia, Hoagstrom's research has focused on fish conservation, especially understanding the evolution of fish biodiversity and its relevance to fish conservation.

February 25, 2021
interview by Katelyn Shaw, a student intern

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The 8x8 Mathematics Teacher Leader Project, which is led by three mathematics educators in the Department of Mathematics at Weber State University and six other master teachers, is a professional development project for those that teach K-12 in Northern Utah. ...

 

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Whether you are just getting started or are on your last semester, knowing your eWeber portal is important. College of Science academic advisor, Monica Linford has gathered her top ten applications for student success. These applications will help you throughout your education...

 

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