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College of Wildlife Resources

The College of Wildlife Resources (CWR)Northeast Forestry Universitywhich was founded in 1960, is the first Chinese school of higher education in wildlife conservation and utilization. Ever since her foundation, there have been more than 5000 students who have graduated from the CWR and are now playing important roles in governmental departments of wildlife conservation and management, customs, Entry and Exit Inspection and Quarantine, universities, research institutes, zoos, natural reserves, wildlife breeding and trading enterprises. The CWR has built strong cooperative relationships with more than 50 universities of 20 countries. The CWR currently has

Four departments

Department of Wildlife Conservation and Management
Department of Wildlife Industry
Department of Wildlife Medicine
Department of Wetland Science


One National Experimental Teaching Demonstration Center

Four undergraduate programs

Wildlife and Natural Reserve Management
Animal Science
Veterinary Medicine
Wetland Science


Seven disciplines awarding academic master's degrees

Wildlife Conservation and Utilization
Natural Reserve Management
Special Economic Animal Cultivation
Zoology
Physiology
Hydrobiology
Animal Genetics and Breeding


Two disciplines awarding professional master's degrees

Animal Breeding
Veterinary Medicine


Three disciplines awarding Ph.D. degrees

Wildlife Conservation and Utilization (a State Key Discipline)
Natural Reserve Management
Hydrobiology


Twelve research and training centers and key laboratories

China State Forestry Administration Feline Research Center
China State Forestry Administration Detecting Center of Wildlife
China State Forestry Administration Research Center of Engineering Technology for Wildlife Conservation and Utilization
China State Forestry Administration Key Laboratory for Wildlife Conservation
NEFU Center of Conservation Medicine & Ecological Safety
NEFU Research Center for Air field Bird Strike Prevention
State Key Virtual Simulation Experiment Training Center For Wildlife Sciences
National Training Center for Wildlife Conservation and Management
Continuing Education Center for Zoological Parks
Heilongjiang Zoological Society
Breeding Committee of Chinese Wildlife Conservation Association
Editorial Office of the Journal of Chinese Wildlife


Eighty two faculty and staff, including

23 professors and 33associate professors
One professor elected to the Chinese Academy of Engineering
Five faculty selected by the Ministry of Education of China for the Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University
One professor conferred the title of National Star Teacher for Teaching
One professor conferred the title of National Excellent Teachers
Three professors titled Provincial Star Teachers for Teaching of Heilongjiang
Four faculty elected to the National Excellent Worker for Science and Technology