Watershed Sciences student to represent USU and the Quinney College of Natural Resources Jan. 29 at 2015 Undergraduate Research Day on Utah's Capitol Hill.
- Colin Brady: Undergrad Researcher Assesses the State of the State's Waters
- iUTAH Video to Air on Utah Ed Network's 'SciTechNow' Jan. 26
- USU Professor Joins Top Experts in New Colorado River Research Group
- Phantom of the Night: The Jaguars of Brazil
- Oh, Deer! Berryman Students Exploring Solutions for Human-Wildllife Conflicts
- Danny Kinka Among High Country News' "10 Young Leaders Changing the West"
- Wayne Wurtsbaugh: Science Unwrapped Embarks on Great Salt Lake Jan. 16th
- Roslynn Brain: Utah's Graywater Code a Regulatory 'Nightmare'
- Dan MacNulty: Mistaken Identity Prompts Utah Hunter to Shoot Wolf
- Jack is Back: USU's Colorado River Expert Joins National Think Tank
Jan 23, 2015
Jan 22, 2015
The statewide, NSF-funded "innovative Urban Transitions and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability' program will be featured on the Utah Education Network's SciTechNow TV program at 8:30 pm Monday, Jan. 26, 2015.
Jan 21, 2015
Utah State University river scientist Jack Schmidt is among a newly formed team of veteran Colorado River scholars who’ve joined forces to provide a non-partisan, science-based voice on issues surrounding the iconic and much-diverted Western river system.
Jan 16, 2015
Eric Gese will be speaking about his research of jaguars in the Pantanal wetlands of Southern Brazil. 7:00 pm 2/6/15 at Swaner
Jan 6, 2015
Wildlife science students seek to help homeowners co-exist with wildland neighbors.
Jan 4, 2015
Ecology doctoral student in USU's Department of Wildland Resources and USU Ecology Center featured in national publication.
Jan 3, 2015
Watershed Sciences/Ecology Center professor kicks off new series during USU 'Year of Water' event on Friday, Jan. 16, at 7 pm in ESLC 130.
Jan 2, 2015
Assistant professor in USU's Department of Environment and Society and specialist for USU Extension Sustainability, discusses varied states' approaches to graywater systems.
Jan 1, 2015
USU Wildland Resources and Ecology Center faculty member says telling wolves and coyotes apart can be difficult to the untrained eye.
Watershed Sciences professor Jack Schmidt, who recently completed a three-year stint as chief of the USGS Colorado River Monitoring and Research Center, is a founding member of the newly formed Colorado River Research Group.