Bob Warren

Professor at the University of Georgia & 2014 Leopold Award recipient


Bob Warren, a professor at Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University of Georgia, will not only speak about why wildlife matter, but also why wildlife professionals matter.

He plans to discuss his career path, hoping to inspire others to pursue their wildlife career goals. Warren earned a bachelor’s degree in zoology and wildlife ecology at Oklahoma State University. He then earned a master’s degree, and then a PhD in wildlife biology and management at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

A professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management, Warren has always been passionate about wildlife. “If you work hard enough and you’re passionate about wildlife and wildlifers, we can all give back and have a significant impact in the wildlife field,” Warren said.

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