Doug Wachob, Ph.D.
Director of Science, Research, Graduate Studies and Teacher Learning Center
Ph.D. and M.S., Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming
B.S., University of Minnesota
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Doug has been Graduate Faculty, Dean of Academics, and Director of the Conservation Research Center at Teton Science Schools. He was recently the Director of Conservation for the Alaska Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. His academic background is in wildlife ecology with an emphasis on the ecology of human dominated landscapes. He was an award winning instructor at the University of Wyoming. Doug's career has focused on conservation and educating people about the natural world because of his passion for seeing people learn about science, wild landscapes, and wildlife. He is an avid outdoors person with strong interests in outdoor recreation including cross-country skiing, backpacking, hiking, hunting, and wilderness.