ENVS Senior Chloe Wardle is giving BACK! Chloe is organizing a fundraiser to help raise money to purchase and install a water bottle filling station in the NR Atrium. The goal is to raise $1,000 by May 2.
- 2014 Senior Gift Fundraiser
- Three QCNR Scholars Honored in USU's 2014 Robins Awards
- Professor Richard Toth Named Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Fellow
- Quinney College of Natural Resources 2014-2015 Senator, Arthur Wallis
- SOSNR & Stokes Nature Center Big Dam Cleanup: Saturday, April 19
- TODAY: 39th Annual Last Lecture featuring Dr. Nat Frazer
- Four QCNR Students Honored in 2014 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow Search
- Research Week ~ April 7-11
- Karen Mock - QCNR 2014 Researcher of the Year
- Rain Barrels and How They Can Help the Environment
Apr 23, 2014
Apr 21, 2014
Mykel Beorchia named "Professional Advisor of the Year," Tommy Thompson receives "Legacy of Utah State Award," and David Baird named "Undergraduate Researcher of the Year."
Apr 17, 2014
Toth, faculty member in the Department of Environment and Society and the USU Ecology Center, and director of the Bioregional Planning graduate program, receives national recognition.
Apr 16, 2014
Congratulations to Arthur Wallis who has been elected 2014-2015 Quinney College of Natural Resources Senator!
Join us this Saturday, April 19, for service and fun!
Dr. Nat Frazer,Professor of Environment and Society, was selected by a committee of USU Honors students to deliver the university's prestigious "Last Lecture" on April 16 at 11:30am-12:30pm in the Performance Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
Apr 14, 2014
Lisa Green (ENVS) and Sara Kelly (WATS) named Fellows; Jimmy Marty (WATS) and Kyle Nehring (WILD) receive honorable mentions in prestigious competition.
Apr 11, 2014
Join us for the 10th Annual Research Week!
Apr 10, 2014
Karen Mock, Associate Dean and Wildland Resources Professor, was honored as one of Utah State University's Faculty Researchers of the Year during the 2014 USU Research Awards Gala that was held at the Riverwoods Conference Center on April 7th.
Brian Greene, Program Director for the Watershed Sciences Department met with Nibley residents to demonstrate how a diverter works on a rain gutter when installed to collect rain water in a barrel