- W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation
- Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit
- Division of Biological Sciences
Undergraduate Research Interest Form
In addition to a wide array of hands-on courses, undergraduate students in the Wildlife Biology Program have access to many research opportunities at UM to help prepare them for careers in wildlife biology and natural resources management.
Undergraduate students can use the undergraduate research interest form (.pdf) to help discover the kinds of work they're interested in, to reach out to labs about potential research opportunities, and to specify their availability.
Representatives from the Wildlife Biology Graduate Student Association recommend reaching out to graduate students or professors via email to inquire about research opportunities. In the email, you shoud introduce yourself and your interests, outline any relevant experience or attach a resume if applicable. You should also include the undergraduate research interest form as an attachment or include the information on the form in the body of your email.
Read about current Wildlife Biology graduate students and research projects.