Michael A. Railling
OBJECTIVE: Seeking a challenging position which will utilize my interests and talents in the areas of fisheries and environmental biology.
Dedicated individual possessing both lab and field experience in the environmental biology.
1998-2003 Bachelor of Science, Wildlife/Fisheries Science Concentration: Fisheries
RELATED COURSE WORK
Fish Management, Limnology, Biostatistics, Ecology, Botany, Genetics, Invertebrate Zoology, Aquaculture, Systematic Botany, Ichthyology, Phycology, and National Wildlife Policy
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
Structured Athletics for Challenged Children Volunteer
Special Olympics Volunteer
2003 Lab Technician, Pennington & Associates Inc., Responsibilities include
separating invertebrates from stream samples; constructing substrates used to
collect invertebrate animals and algae; invertebrate collection using D-frame kick
nets, kick screens, and Hester-Dendy artificial substrates; experience in fisheries
including, electrofishing and fish identification.
Representative Leslie Winningham
State Representative 38th Legislative District
36 Legislative Plaza
Data Manager, Pennington & Associates Inc.
Senior Biologist, Pennington & Associates Inc.
S. Bradford Cook, Ph. D.
Department of Biology