Results for: Awards
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 ItemGeography Professor James B. “Jim” Campbell retires , article
Professor James B. “Jim” Campbell is retiring after serving nearly 50 years as a professor and former head of the Department of Geography.
Article ItemFaculty receive institutional alumni awards , article
Two CNRE faculty members were honored by their graduating institutions with alumni awards.
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 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.
Article ItemSusan Day honored with top arboriculture research award , article
Associate Professor Susan Day received he International Society of Arboriculture’s L.C. Chadwick Award of Arboricultural Research.
Article ItemMurphys recognized for conservation efforts , article
Professor Brian Murphy and his wife, Martha, received the A. Willis Robertson Citizen Conservation Award from the Virginia Chapter of the Wildlife Society.
Article ItemDe Soto named 'Favorite Faculty' , article
Sustainability Institute Director Angie De Soto was named “Favorite Faculty” by one of her students.
Article ItemAlumni Award of Achievement , article
Carl E. Garrison III (’78 B.S. forestry) received the college’s Alumni Award of Achievement.
Article ItemBumann’s art selected to represent American Heritage Prize , article
George Bumann’s (’02) bison sculpture served as the Ken Burns American Heritage Prize given by the American Prairie Reserve.
Article ItemBrian Strahm launches collaborative effort with New Zealand’s forest industry , article
Associate Professor Brian Strahm spent six months in New Zealand partnering with scientists to develop ways to improve forest productivity without negative environmental impacts.
Article ItemDean Emeritus honored with lectureship , article
Dean Emeritus J. Michael Kelly was honored by the Soil Science Society of America with the 2013 Sergei A. Wilde Distinguished Lectureship on Forest Soils.
Article ItemHitt honored with Presidential Early Career Award , article
In January, President Obama recognized Nathaniel “Than” Hitt (’07 Ph.D. fisheries and wildlife sciences) as one of 102 scientists and researchers to earn the Presidential Early Career Award.
Article ItemOutstanding recent alumnus , article
Alexander Miller (’06, ’09) received this year’s Outstanding Recent Alumni Award in recognition of his early career accomplishments.
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