Students, faculty and staff honored at annual college banquet.
- USU's Quinney College of Natural Resources Honors Top Scholars
- Patty Cramer Honored by UDOT for Wildlife Highway Crossing Research
- Jim Hoffmann Honored as Utah Water Watch "Volunteer of the Year"
- "Safeguarding Cache Valley's Water: Bear River Development Project" Wed, April 22
- Fred Provenza: "Flavor is Body's Way of Identifying Important Nutrients"
- Peter Howe: 'What do Americans Really Think about Climate Change?'
- USU Wildlife Scientists Garner Top Awards at State Meeting
- David Stoner: Oh, the Places Wildlife Expertise Can Take You!
- Nate Mouzon, Sarah Null Probe Vital Signs of Nevada's Ailing Walker River
- NR Week: "Chacos & Tacos" Tonight, 7 pm, NR Atrium
Apr 22, 2015
Apr 21, 2015
Wildland Resources faculty member is the first ecologist honored with the Utah Department of Transportation's "Trailblazer Award" for excellence in transportation research.
Apr 20, 2015
Springville, Utah citizen scientist recognized for dedicated service in monitoring of Utah County's Hobble Creek.
Apr 15, 2015
Marisa Egbert, project manager, Utah Division of Water Resources and Mike Collins, principal, Bowen Collins & Associates are featured speakers for "Safeguarding Cache Valley's Water: Bear River Development Project." All are invited to the public talk.
Apr 9, 2015
In "The Wall Street Journal," Wildland Resources/Ecology Center emeritus professor discusses how animals, including humans, depend on taste and smell to identify crucial nutrients.
Apr 6, 2015
Peter Howe, human-environment geographer and faculty member in USU's Department of Environment and Society, along with colleagues from Yale, publishes paper about new statistical model in 'Nature Climate Change.'
Apr 3, 2015
Utah State University wildlife scientists were among the top honorees at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Utah Chapter of The Wildlife Society March 18-20, in Moab, Utah.
Apr 2, 2015
Wildland Resources postdoc testifies as wildlife science expert in Utah murder trial.
With Watershed Sciences/Ecology Center faculty mentor Sarah Null, aquatic ecology master's student Nate Mouzon is conducting research as part of the Walker Basin Restoration Program funded by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
2015 Natural Resources Week "Protect Water, Protect Life" March 28-April 3. During Utah State University's "Year of Water,"the Quinney College of Natural Resources and the QCNR Student Council invite all Aggies to participate in a week of learning, fellowship, service, food and fun.