From the Dean's Perspective

      • College networking event
      • From the Dean's Perspective

        The year 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the College of Natural Resources and Environment. I hope you will join us for our celebration on campus in the fall. We will commemorate not only the formation of the college but also our long history at Virginia Tech and the evolution of our program over time.

College News

Student Notes

      • Allison Moser
      • Moser studies rare cottontail for ACC Fellowship

        Senior wildlife conservation major Allison Moser of Ashburn, Virginia, spent the summer in the mountains of Roan, North Carolina, studying the Appalachian cottontail, a rare rabbit species, under an ACC Creativity and Innovation Fellowship.

      • New classroom building
      • New classroom building is state-of-the-art

        Sarah Karpanty’s Principles of Fisheries and Wildlife Management and Conservation course meets in Virginia Tech’s new classroom building, a state-of-the-art facility that includes 15 classrooms and four labs designed for interdisciplinary use by students and faculty across the university.

      • Hae Kim with fish
      • One for the record books!

        Senior Hae Kim and master’s student Jason Emmel are not only fishing buddies and fellow fish conservation students; they have traded the Virginia record for the largest carp captured using bow and arrow.

Faculty Briefs

      • Book cover showing an elephant, fish, frog, eagle, and a helicopter airlifting a moose above a forest.
      • Faculty publications focus on wildlife

        Professor Paul Angermeier is co-editor of a new textbook, “Reintroduction of Fish and Wildlife Populations.” The book’s chapters include information on both failures and successes of reintroduction projects.

      • Donald J. Orth
      • Orth garners multiple honors

        Donald J. Orth, the Thomas H. Jones Professor in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, has recently been honored with multiple awards for his teaching.

      • Stephen Schoenholtz
      • Schoenholtz leads National Institutes for Water Resources

        Across the nation, awareness of water as a critical, increasingly limited resource is seeping into public consciousness. With an eye toward the future of water, Professor Stephen Schoenholtz has been named president of the National Institutes for Water Resources.

Alumni Corner

      • Additional alumni news

        We love hearing about all the great things going on with our alumni — awards, promotions, retirements, etc. Regrettably, we don’t have enough space in the newsmagazine to print them all. You can now catch up with former classmates and fellow Hokies online.