Article ItemDean's Perspective , article
Under the lights in Lane Stadium on a May evening, we celebrated spring commencement with our students and families. It is a big deal to complete a degree program and graduate from one of the leading universities in the United States. Virginia Tech offers a great education, and our students will define our future as they shape their careers moving forward. Congratulations to CNRE’s most recent graduates!
Article ItemClass of 2022: Mariel Gomez named 2022 Outstanding Senior for the College of Natural Resources and Environment , article
This summer, Gomez will be attending MAT-DAT REU, the National Science Foundation-sponsored Research Experience for Undergraduates in Materials Engineering with Data Science.
Article ItemThe 'championship' of forestry education , article
Three seniors in the Integrated Forest Practicum course spent their final semester creating a forest management plan for the family farm owned by Athletic Director Whit Babcock.
Article ItemSustainable biomaterials professor honored for creating the future of wood science , article
Professor Audrey Zink-Sharp has been recognized for her commitment to the field of wood science and has been named one of 16 international Women Ambassadors Creating the Future of Wood Science.
Article ItemA CNRE alumnus remembers: Richard "Trey" Good ’16 , article
Trey Good shares insights about what he has been doing since graduation, his fondest CNRE memory, the most amazing thing he learned in the college, the professors who inspired him, and what advice he would give to his undergraduate self.
Article ItemCNRE Award Winners , article
CNRE students, faculty, staff and alumni were honored at the annual Scholarship and Award Celebration in April 2022. Visit this page to see the list of award winners.
Article ItemMichael Mortimer to lead College of Natural Resources and Environment initiatives in greater Washington, D.C., metro area , article
Mortimer, founding director of the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability, will take on an expanded role to enhance future degree programs, experiential-learning opportunities, and research ventures.
Article ItemGeography Professor Bill Carstensen retires after nearly 40 years of service , article
Professor Lawrence W. “Bill” Carstensen Jr., who devoted almost forty years of service to Virginia Tech as a faculty member and former head of the Department of Geography, has retired.
Article ItemProfessor Dean Stauffer retires from the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation , article
Professor Dean Stauffer arrived at Virginia Tech in 1983 and remained a Hokie until he retired in June, serving as a faculty member, associate head of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, and associate dean of academic programs for the college.
Article ItemEnhanced map shows broadband coverage in Virginia , article
Virginia Tech’s Center for Geospatial Information Technology has launched an enhanced broadband mapping tool that supports efforts to bring reliable, high-speed internet service to all residents of the commonwealth.
Article ItemSmall gifts lead to big impacts: Unique effort supports learning and spurs classroom innovation , article
Faculty Instructional Grants in the College of Natural Resources and Environment incorporate donor support to provide tools and technologies that enhance hands-on learning experiences across all departments.
Article ItemTeaching COVID-19 , article
In classrooms that span disciplines, faculty members are helping students explore the pandemic as an academic subject.
Article ItemFewer ticks, cleaner water, and more carbon intake: Fellowship recipient Quinn Thomas plans to use data to predict our environment , article
Thomas, an associate professor of forest resources and environmental conservation in the College of Natural Resources and Environment and an associate professor of biology in the College of Science, was awarded a Data Science Faculty Fellowship by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.