Great Hollow Director Joins UConn Faculty

Great Hollow

Great Hollow’s Executive Director, Dr. Chad Seewagen, has been appointed as an Adjunct Research Scientist in UConn’s Department of Natural Resources & the Environment, and its Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation Center. UConn is a leader in providing high-quality undergraduate and graduate education in natural resources management and environmental sciences, and the Department’s extensive faculty conducts wide-ranging, impactful research on water, air, forests, fisheries, and wildlife to solve many of today’s most pressing environmental problems. The Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation Center is a consortium of UConn faculty and adjunct faculty, students, and state agency biologists who conduct scientific research to better understand wildlife and fish populations, and the ways in which they are interacting with human society. Dr. Seewagen’s appointment will foster new and exciting opportunities for collaborations between Great Hollow and Connecticut’s largest university, and help Great Hollow further establish itself as a key partner in biological research and conservation in the state.

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