Gary Roloff, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

Gary expects students entering his lab to work hard and ethically, serve as engaged citizens in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at MSU, professionally represent his lab to external partners, and to work collaboratively with the lab team. Gary has a hands-off management style, but likes to stay informed and engaged in lab projects as they develop and are implemented. Gary fully encourages and supports the involvement of students in his lab with The Wildlife Society or other professional organizations that are relevant to the student or the project. Although he tends to hire students to work on specific projects, he also recognizes that graduate school is a professional development opportunity for students and works with each student to build the skill set that will make them marketable and successful in their careers.
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