Henry (Rique) Campa III, PhD

Co-Investigator, Michigan State University

  • Title Co-Investigator, Michigan State University

Henry (Rique) Campa III is an Associate Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University. In his roles as an Associate Dean, he develops, implements, and evaluates career and professional development programs associated with MSU’s PREP (Planning, Resilience, Engagement, and Professionalism) program. In addition, he also directs activities and grants at MSU associated with the NSF-funded Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning Network including the FAST (Future Academic Scholars in Teaching) Fellowship Program.

Rique’s disciplinary research interests are in the areas of wildlife-habitat relationships, ecosystem management, effects of disturbances on wildlife, and the career and professional development associated with graduate education. Since 1990, he has generated approximately $21M in research funding. Rique has conducted ecological research throughout the U.S. and in Kenya and Nepal. Before coming to MSU, Rique worked for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as a Wildlife Biologist and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources as a Wildlife Research Biologist. Dr. Campa has served in leadership positions for The Wildlife Society at the national, regional, and state levels and is a Certified Wildlife Biologist with TWS. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses and has taught study abroad courses in Kenya and the Bahamas. 

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