Overview

Faculty have ongoing research to understand earth and environmental process to improve the ways in which natural resources are protected, conserved, and utilized. Our research advances solution-driven science to maintain the integrity of natural systems.

students in forestAcademic Programs

Students enrolled in our undergraduate programs can choose environment and natural resources as an area of concentration, meaning that they will complete at least 12 hours of coursework in forest ecology, watershed processes, environmental change, resources management, and related fields.

Students enrolled in our graduate program can choose to concentrate in environment and natural resources. The concentration requires 12 hours of coursework from a list of designated courses.

Affiliated Faculty

The following faculty members conduct research and teach courses in environment and natural resources:

Seth Appiah-Opoku

C. Hobson Bryan

Lisa Davis

Justin Hart

Matthew LaFevor

Mary Pitts

Sarah Praskievicz

Jason Senkbeil

Doug Sherman

Michael Steinberg

Matthew Therrell