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Faculty and Staff
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 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 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 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 ItemZooming loggers, high-fiving naturalists, and forest landowners education , article
Extension staff affiliated with the College of Natural Resources and Environment have taken steps to adapt their normally in-person programs to a largely virtual world.
Article ItemFrom mollusks to mountaintops: Working with federal agencies to make strides in conservation science , article
The many collaborations with federal scientists in the college not only help advance interdisciplinary research but provide opportunities for students interested in careers with government agencies.
Article ItemMeet some of the rock stars of Virginia Tech Geography , article
They are at center stage in the science of understanding why things are where they are.
Article ItemCNRE by the numbers , article
A snapshot of the college is presented in a series of infographics.
Article ItemHumans-wildlife-ecosystems in balance , article
Kathleen Alexander’s multidimensional research impacts Botswana and beyond. Wildlife and infectious disease expert a vital leader with Botswana’s communities, tribal chiefs, and government officials.
Article ItemSchwarz named director of Seafood AREC , article
Michael Schwarz, a leader in aquaculture production, is director of the Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Hampton.
Article ItemLinzey honored with Jefferson Medal , article
In a fitting tribute to a lifetime of dedication to the natural world, wildlife conservation instructor Donald W. Linzey has been awarded the Virginia Museum of Natural History’s Thomas Jefferson Medal for Outstanding Contributions to Natural Science Education.
Article ItemHallerman advises FDA on approving world's first genetically modified animal , article
When federal regulators declared the AquAdvantage salmon fit to eat last fall, it became the world’s first genetically engineered animal approved for human consumption.
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