SNIFFERS for SCHOLARS

MCDI's Research Program for Grad Students

WHY CONSIDER SCENT DETECTION CANINES FOR YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT?

Working together with you, we provide an efficient, practical method for obtaining quality data with minimal ecological impact. A dog's eagerness to work paired with its odor-finding expertise makes these animals a natural fit for your research project.

Midwest Conservation Dogs' canines can:
  • Detect plants, animals, scat, fur, fungi, diseases, chemicals & contaminants, and much more!

  • Detect aquatic and terrestrial target odors (the thing you're trying to find!).

  • Conduct efficient searches in a matter of minutes that could take a human hours.

  • Non-invasively provide results with professional accuracy.

  • Search for multiple target scents simultaneously.

Midwest Conservation Dogs' humans can:
  • Offer guidance to develop the methods portion of your research.

  • Provide mentor experiences in field sciences.

TAKE ACTION TO CREATE OPPORTUNITY

Whether you are a masters/doctorate student developing a research project in the conservation/ecological sciences, a professor who encourages students to think out-of-the-box, or a company that wants to help students gain access to the best research methods, we want to hear from you!

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A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY

MCDI is proud to offer masters and doctorate-level students the Midwest’s only program providing a highly unique, innovative and earth-friendly tool to conduct environmental research—Professional canine scent detection services.

Please partner with us in 2020 as we launch Sniffers for Scholars: MCDI’s Research Program for Grad Students!

THE IMPORTANT DETAILS

Our initial goal is to work with two students per academic calendar year. We’re currently opening the application process for Spring of 2020 research projects.

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