The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Sarah E. Rinkevich

Wildlife Biologist/Assistant Research Scientist
Ph.D., 2012, University of Arizona University, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, Tucson, AZ
M.S., 1991, Humboldt State, Natural Resources, University, Arcata, CA
B.S., 1987, University of Arizona, Renewable Natural Resources, Tucson AZ
Office Location: 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Mailing Address: 
201 N Bonita Ave, Suite 141 Tucson, Arizona 85737
520-670-6150, ext. 237
Program: 
Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology
Research: 
My focus is on endangered species conservation and recovery, primarily Mexican wolf and other species within the Southwest. I work closely with Native American Tribes throughout the Southwest focusing on Traditional Ecological Knowledge.
Teaching: 
I have guest lectured for Natural Resources Policy & Law and Wildlife Conservation. I have provided Tribal Relations, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and Endangered Species Act educational presentations for the Fish & Wildlife Service.
Research Topics: 
Conservation Biology
Social Dimensions of Natural Resource Management
Wildlife Ecology and Management