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Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Milestones

2011

  • Dr. David Haukos was selected as the Unit Leader.

2010

  • Dr. Martha Mather joined the Kansas Unit as Assistant Unit Leader-Fisheries.

2010

  • In May, Dr. Craig P. Paukert accepted the position of Unit Leader at the Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in Columbia.

2008

  • Philip Gipson left the Kansas Unit.

2003

  • In November, Dr. Craig P. Paukert joined the Kansas Unit as Assistant Leader-Fisheries.

2002

  • Dr. Guy accepted the position of Assistant Leader-Fisheries at the Montana Cooperative Fisheries Unit in Bozeman.

2000

  • The first PhD student graduated (P. Braaten)

1996

  • The first MS student graduated (William K. Smith)

1994

  • Dr. Christopher S. Guy and Dr. Jack F. Cully, Jr. were hired as Assistant Leader-Fisheries and Assistant Leader-Wildlife, respectively.

1993

  • Dr. Philip S. Gipson was selected as the Unit Leader in May.

1992

  • In May, Dr. Modde accepted a position with the Colorado River Fisheries Project, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in Vernal, Utah.
  • Dr. Michael R. Vaughan of the Virginia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit was assigned to the Kansas Unit as Acting Unit Leader for a six-week period.

1991

  • The Kansas Unit opened in October at Manhattan. Dr. Timothy R. Modde was appointed as the first Unit Leader.

1960

  • Congress gave statutory recognition to the Cooperative Research Unit program by enactment of Public Law 86-686.