Wildlife, Sustainability, and Ecosystem Sciences
The mission of the department is to provide comprehensive undergraduate and graduate degree programs that meet the academic and professional needs of the student in a diverse and ever changing natural resources field.
We place emphasis on strong student engagement in the learning process so that each attains personal fulfillment, success, and respect as a leader in their chosen profession, community, and state.
We strive to serve and support the student recognizing each as an individual with his or her own unique history, talents, and goals.
We hope you choose Tarleton to be your academic home.
News & Events
April 2014 - The Department of Wildife, Sustainability, and Ecosystem Sciences, did it for the vine and completed the Tarleton's sustainability garden. Thanks to the hard work, blood, sweat, and tears of the students and faculty here at Tarleton.
March 21,2014 - Jacqueline Glass passed her thesis defense, and showed that she is an expert on Otobius megnini.
March 2014 - Graduate Assistants page: The GA's page is now up and running so please visit our new page when you get the chance.
January 2014 - Facebook Page: We are trying to build up the following for our new facebook page. Please like the page and tell your friends to do the same.
January 2014 - Department name change to Wildlife, Sustainability, and Ecosystem Sciences.
February 2013 - Students to compete in Texas Chapter of Wildlife Society Plant Identification in Houston, accompanied by graduate student coach Caitlyn Cooper.
November 2012 - Students compete in Regional Collegiate Soil Judging held at University of Oklahoma, accompanied by faculty advisor Dr. Donald McGahan.
October 2012 - Dr. Michael Wade publishes his textbook, Learning About Plants: A Quick Reference in Pictures (ISBN: 978-1-59871-550-7).
September 2012 - Dr. Donald McGahan recognized for work in statewide soil survey.
April 2012 - Dr. Donald McGahan and his graduate student Alan Deubler published "Efficacy of Soil Extracting Solutions for Assessing Potential Phosphorus Loss from a Dairy Waste Application Field Soil in North Central Texas." View online publication.