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About Julie Young

Dr. Young's research focuses on behavior, ecology, and management of carnivores. The research utilizes wild and captive carnivore populations to understand and reduce human-wildlife conflict. She is a Supervisory Research Wildlife Biologist with the Predator Research Field Station for the National Wildlife Research Center (USDA-WS) with an appointment as Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Department of Wildland Resources, Quinney College of Natural Resources, Utah State University Quinney College of Natural Resources, Wildland Resources
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Honors and Awards

  • USDA Certificate of Merit. 2012. National Wildlife Research Center
  • USDA Certificate of Appreciation. 2011. National Wildlife Research Center
  • College of Natural Resources Research Assistant of the Year. 2006
  • Cottam Award presentation speaker, The Wildlife Society, 2005

Articles (8)

Recent Works (6)

Peer-Reviewed Publications (48)