Chuck Krueger

Adjunct Professor

Education: 

PhD, University of Minnesota (fishery science)

M. S. Iowa State University (fisheries biology)

B. S. University of Minnesota (fishery science)

Phone: 
(734) 662-3209

About: 

Dr. Charles “Chuck” Krueger, adjunct professor at SNRE since 2003, is currently the T.F. Waters Professor of Aquatic Ecology and Conservation at Michigan State University. He also serves as the Director of the Great Lakes Acoustic Telemetry Observation Systems on behalf of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission. Krueger is keenly interested in discovering the ecological characteristics of fish species of conservation concern, and then linking those results to their restoration, conservation, and wise use. The discovery process is made through a variety of disciplines including morphology, trophic ecology, behavior, and population genetics.

Accolades: 
  • Jack Christie/Ken Loftus Award. Great Lakes Fishery Commission (2016). 

  • Meritorious Service Award. American Fisheries Society – Alaska Chapter (2011).

  • Exceptional Performance Award. From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for work with the Great Lakes Fishery Commission (1983).

  • Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship. University of Minnesota (1978-1979). 

  • Gamma Sigma Delta (1979). 

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