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Article ItemPathways minors tackle the challenges of the future , article
New minors in the College of Natural Resources and Environment target students interested in global natural resources challenges.
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 ItemResearch spotlight , article
Brief summaries of recent research projects in the college
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 ItemCNRE by the numbers , article
A snapshot of the college is presented in a series of infographics.
Article ItemBringing in the class , article
Learn how the College of Natural Resources and Environment blends traditional and technology to create a pipeline of prospective students, a steady flow of admission applications, and a committed class of new students who can’t wait to study what they are passionate about and be a part of CNRE.
Article ItemUnderrepresented high school students experience STEM fields firsthand in Botswana , article
Six students from Virginia’s Louisa County High School traveled to Professor Kathleen Alexander’s research site in Botswana this past summer, where they learned about animal and public health research and were mentored by Virginia Tech undergraduate students.
Article ItemAlumnus helps kids explore freshwater streams and rivers by getting their feet wet , article
Craig Roghair (’00 M.S.) helped jump-start the USDA Forest Service’s freshwater snorkeling program for students from fourth grade through high school.
Article ItemFulbright grants awarded to wildlife students , article
Erin Poor and Lindsey Rich received prestigious Fulbright grants to pursue their doctoral research.
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 Leads World Aquaculture Society , article
Michael Schwarz serving as president of the World Aquaculture Society, an organization dedicated to the progressive and sustainable development of aquaculture
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 ItemCongressman Morgan Griffith visits Research Aviary , article
Prompted by his longtime interest in birds, Congressman Morgan Griffith visited the college’s new aviary in May to learn about its research. The aviary, which opened in fall 2015, is one of few such university facilities in the region.
Article ItemState launches wildlife conflict helpline , article
Deer are unwelcome visitors to residential gardens.
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