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May be taken for a maximum of 6 credits.
This is a companion course for a hands-on work experience in a setting closely aligned with your career plan, and it is important to work closely with the internship coordinator and faculty supervisor. Before a program is formally established, a completed memorandum of agreement must be evaluated and signed by the student, cooperator/employer, faculty supervisor, internship coordinator, and department chairman. See full set of guidelines at http://webdoc.agsci.colostate.edu/DARE/UG/AREC487Intern.pdf. Permission is required to enroll in this class. Contact the internship coordinator for questions and instructions on how to register.
W. Marshall Frasier
Dr. Marshall Frasier's research interests focus on the interface between agricultural production and the natural resource base upon which it relies. Historically, he has done significant work in water allocation and water quality as they relate to agricultural production. More recently, he is expanding his emphasis in livestock and grazing management as consistent with his long-held relationship with Integrated Resource Management. Finally, he is developing an emerging interest in formal evaluation and development of curricular and extracurricular programs for undergraduate students.