Teaching & Outreach


Drs. Gray, Miller, and Wilber are actively involved in teaching and training students. Their courses involve a combination of classroom, field and laboratory experiences. In WFS 401 and 433, students participate in an annual, long-term health assessment of salamanders in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Dr. Matthew Gray’s Courses:

  • WFS 101: Current Topics in Wildlife Health
  • WFS 340: Wetland Ecology and Management
  • WFS 433/533: Amphibian Ecology and Conservation       
  • WFS 512/FOR 512/FWF 612: Graduate Seminar in Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries

Dr. Debra Miller’s Courses:

  • WFS 401/501:  Ecology and Management of Wildlife Health
  • WFS 593: Advance Topics in Wildlife Health (1 credit, journal club)

Professional Service:

A collage of classes out in the field collecting data on salamanders, and a woman doing lab work with a microscope.


Public Outreach Videos:

Professional Development Courses:

  • Ranaviruses: Emerging Pathogens of Ectothermic Vertebrates, 2016.

Conferences and Symposia: