The American Biology Teacher | VOL. 45

Employment Prospects for Biologists

Publication Date Nov 1, 1983


Ann J. Korschgen is Director of Career Services at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 54601. In that position she directs a cooperative education and internship program which annually places about 275 students nationwide. She holds a B.A. in psychology from University of Missouri and a M.Ed. from University of Maine. Ms. Korschgen formerly served as Research and Planning Specialist at Western Wisconsin Technical Institute, and, previously as Director of Career Planning and Placement and, previously, as Associate Director of Admissions at Husson College (Bangor, ME). She cochaired the regional Maine Governor's Committee for Employment of the Handicapped and has served on the Board of Directors of an Independent Living Center for the handicapped. Jerry D. Davis is Chairman and Professor of the Biology Department, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He holds B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees (all in botany) from University of Wisconsin, and has taught at the University since 1968. He serves on the editorial board for Plant Science Bulletin and is Vice President for Sciences of the Wisconsin Acadey of Msouieances .Ed rmUiest fMie s Biology graduates traditionally have been able to find jobs in college teaching (Dean 1978), in government, or in high school teaching. In recent years, however, these positions are less and less readily available due to declining enrollments in education and less government support of environmental programs. Conversations with college career planning personnel reveal placement in most areas of biology to b...

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