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Welcome to the Haub School of ENR

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The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming advances the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resources challenges. We support students, stakeholders, and decision makers by giving them the skills and tools they need to build durable, inclusive solutions to our most pressing environmental and natural resource issues.

Academic Programs

We offer undergraduate and graduate programs that emphasize critical thinking, collaborative problem solving, and interdisciplinary approaches in environmental systems science, sustainability, outdoor leadership, environmental law, and more.

 

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Ruckelshaus Institute

Through our outreach initiatives and Collaborative Solutions Program, we support natural resource stakeholders around the state and region by providing information, resources, and collaborative problem solving trainings and services.

 

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Research/Creative Work

Our faculty members generate new thought and ideas to support sound natural resource decision making for the future. We conduct studies and produce creative works to advance the understanding of complex environmental challenges.

 

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Announcements

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We're now accepting applications for Haub School Fellowships:

 

Fall 2018 Ruckelshaus Institute Communication Fellowship

The Ruckelshaus Institute is now accepting applications for the next Communication Fellowship for fall semester 2018. We're looking for artists, illustrators, animators, photographers, videographers, cartographers, graphic designers, and other creatives, with a demonstrated skill set and an interest in science communication. Fellows in the semester-long program collaborate with Ruckelshaus Institute editors, writers, researchers, and scientists, to develop new content that promotes the appreciation and understanding of scientific research and environment and natural resource scholarship and its application to public audiences. Fellowship participants work 20 hours per week and are supported by a small stipend.

Interested to apply? Click here for more info.

Applications due August 1.

 

AY 18-19 Academic Programs Fellowship

The Haub School is now accepting applications for the Academic Programs Fellowship for academic year 18-19 (September - May). We're looking for a current graduate student or recent grad with an interest in higher education administration, undergraduate recruitment, marketing, and field course design. Fellows will generate social media and marketing content, assist with field and international course coordination, and promote the Haub School at recruitment and retention events. Fellowship participants work 20 hours per week and are supported by a small stipend.

Interested to apply? Click here for more info.

Applications due August 15.


Recent News

Collaboration Program in Natural Resources Now Accepting Applications

The Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources is accepting applications to the Collaboration Program in Natural Resources now through May 1, 2018.

CPRN is a year-long training program from natural resource professionals to gain skills in negotiation, facilitation, leadership, and collaborative processes.

View the recruitment flier or visit the CPNR webpage.

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2018 Ruckelshaus Institute Communication Fellow: June Glasson

We are excited to announce Laramie-based artist June Glasson has been selected as the first-ever Ruckelshaus Institute Communication Fellow. Over the coming semester, we'll be working with June on various media-based projects that elevate and promote scientific literacy and the advancement of environment and natural resources understanding.

New for 2018, the Ruckelshaus Institute Communication Fellowship offers artists the opportunity to produce content that is informed by, and which supports, the diverse interdisciplinary work of the Ruckelshaus Institute. Fellows are selected from a competitive pool of qualified applicants, and contribute 20 hours of work per week during the semester-long program. Learn more.


Recent Publications

Publication cover, Local Government Land-Use Planning in Wyoming.
Publication cover, Western Confluence magazine, energy issue, 2017.
Publication cover, 2017 Haub School Update Newsletter.
Publication cover, Governor's Task Force on Forests Final Report.
Publication cover, Targeting Conservation Easement Purchases to Benefit Wildlife.
Publication cover, Economic Impact to Wyoming's Economy From a Potential Sage Grouse Listing.
Publication cover, Residential Development Effects on Firefighting Costs in the Wildland-Urban Interface.
Publication cover, Thunder Basin Collaborative Learning Workshops.

Contact Us

Haub School of ENR

University of Wyoming
Bim Kendall House
804 E Fremont St
Laramie, WY 82072

Ph: (307) 766-5080
Fax: (307) 766-5099

haub.school@uwyo.edu

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