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Education to create an informed public, aware of the issues, values and principles of natural resource use, is the large university's major contribution to conservation. To make this contribution more effective, universities should re-examine student motivation, delineate more carefully the roles of graduate and undergraduate programs, strive for a more rational approach to planning and funding, and clarify enrollment policies. Greater contributions could come by improved communication between universities and local, state and federal units of government.
Wildlife Society Bulletin (1973-2006) © 1973 Wiley