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Article ItemAlumni spotlight: Joe Ferguson ’77 spends a career training wildland firefighters , article
Joe Ferguson retired from the U.S. Forest Service in 2008, after serving 32 years in roles including incident commander of the Atlanta-based National Incident Management Team, assistant director of fire and aviation for the U.S. Forest Service’s southern region, fire staff officer for the National Forests in Florida, and founding director of NIPFTC.
Article ItemA CNRE alumna remembers: Patty Mims ’94 , article
Patty Mims shares insights about what she has been doing since earning a master’s degree in geography, her fondest CNRE memory, the most amazing thing she learned in the college, the professor who inspired her, and what advice she would give to her undergraduate self.
Article ItemEvent photos , article
CNRE alumni had plenty of moments to shine, reminisce, and reconnect this fall! Check out the photos from the Meteorology 10-Year Anniversary Celebration, Career Fair, Sesquicentennial Celebration, Alumni Homecoming Tailgate, and Hokie Hero spotlight.
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 ItemA CNRE alumna remembers: Charisa Morris ’99, ’06 , article
Charisa Morris shares insights about what she has been doing since graduation, her fondest CNRE memory, the most amazing thing she learned in the college, the professors who inspired her, and what advice she would give to her undergraduate self.
Article ItemA CNRE alumnus remembers: Don Bright ’98 , article
Don Bright 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 ItemProfessor and former department head Robert “Bob” Smith retires , article
Robert “Bob” Smith is retiring after serving nearly 30 years as a professor and former head of the Department of Sustainable Biomaterials.
Article ItemA tale of trusses and two-by-fours , article
The monthly housing report produced jointly by Virginia Tech and the Forest Service helps companies and individuals close the gap between changes taking place in the housing industry and the impacts such changes have on the hardwood and softwood industries.
Article ItemCandice Luebbering receives Recent Alumni Award , article
Candice Luebbering holds the distinction of being the first person to earn a doctorate in the history of the Department of Geography.
Article ItemChip Cartwright earns Ut Prosim Alumni Award , article
Charles “Chip” Cartwright (’70 B.S.) was honored with the Influential Black Alumni Ut Prosim Award during the 2021 Black Alumni Reunion.
Article ItemNew position will help equip students for career success , article
Ken Morgan of Morgan Lumber Company is funding a new director of employer relations position in the college.
Article ItemCollaboration sparks new and improved career preparation initiatives , article
Today’s graduates need much more than a strong academic background to land their first jobs and be successful in the workplace. Staff and faculty, including the college’s new director of employer relations, are working together and connecting with industry partners to prepare career-ready young professionals.
Article ItemEight weeks in Botswana , article
A new immersive overseas study course focused on training undergraduate students on the many facets of wildlife work in sub-Saharan Africa, including animal husbandry and care for raptors and mammals, introduction to laboratory techniques, public health and data handling, and wildlife ecology, capture, and rescue.
Article ItemGift from alumnus and family to help tackle the challenge of environmental security , article
Mike and Kathy Melo are working to ensure that Virginia Tech and the College of Natural Resources and Environment will be ready to take on what may be the next great challenge in the sustainable management of natural resources: environmental security.
Article ItemShannon McCabe receives Recent Alumni Award , article
Alumna Shannon McCabe (’10 B.S., ’12 M.S.), executive director of the Association of Consulting Foresters, knows how important forming connections with people is to managing and maintaining our natural resources.
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