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Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Applications are now being accepted for ENR 4890/5890 Sust. Temp. Drylands: Wyoming & Patagonia

    Apply now to ENR 4890/5890 Sustaining Temperate Drylands: Wyoming & Patagonia.

  • Award-winning Haub School students Callie Berman, Jon Bowler, and Charlie Vogelheim.

    Read about some of our most outstanding students.

  • Wyoming Governor's Task Force on Forests Final Report, Ruckelshaus Institute

    Forest management recommendations for Wyoming now available.

 
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Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources
Bim Kendall House
804 E Fremont St
Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080
Fax: (307) 766-5099
Email: haub.school@uwyo.edu
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Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources

The mission of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) is to advance the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resources challenges.

Through our academic programs and the William D. Ruckelshaus Institute, the Haub School of ENR educates undergraduate and graduate students through innovative and interdisciplinary teaching and supports stakeholder-driven solutions to environmental challenges by conducting and communicating relevant research and promoting collaborative decision making.

Learn more about our programs and meet our faculty and staff.

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For details visit our Upcoming Events page.

Jason Shogren to receive honorary doctorate from University Aix-Marseille

Congratulations to Dr. Jay Shogren, who will be decorated with an honorary doctorate from Université d’Aix-Marseille in France this fall. Dr. Shogren, Stroock Professor of Natural Resource Conservation and Management in the University of Wyoming College of Business Department of Economics and Finance, shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with former Vice President Al Gore and others for his work on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He has also been named a fellow of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE), the nation’s pre-eminent professional society for environmental economists and policy.

Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

We're so proud of our many outstanding students. Callie Berman won the Spitaleri Award recognizing UW's outstanding graduating woman. Our masters candidates have been giving stellar thesis defense presentations. We are looking forward to the celebrations and accolades during commencement, May 16.

Governor's Task Force on Forests Final Report published

The Final Report of the Governor's Task Force on Forests published.

The Ruckelshaus Institute's Steve Smutko and Jessica Clement recently facilitated a series of meetings with Governor Matt Mead's Task Force on Forests. You can now view the Final Report of the Governor's Task Force on Forests with recommendations to improve forest conditions in Wyoming.

A Natural Resource Education Mission

Read our director Indy Burke's article about the Haub School in CowCountry, the official magazine of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association.

Public Opinion on Natural Resource Conservation in Wyoming published

Public Opinion on Natural Resource Conservation in Wyoming is now available from the Ruckelshaus Institute. This latest publication of the Wyoming Open Spaces Initiative provides results from a recent statewide poll of 500 likely voters on topics related to conservation and natural resources in Wyoming. The poll was commissioned through a partnership of the Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources, the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, the Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust, and The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming.

Western Confluence magazine

The third issue of Western Confluence magazine, a biannual publication from the Ruckelshaus Institute, is now available. This issue explores water supply and allocation in the western U.S. Western Confluence covers innovative and collaborative problem solving for natural resource challenges in the West with an emphasis on new research and creative solutions.

Minor in Sustainability

Add the Haub School's minor in sustainability to any undergraduate degree program at the University of Wyoming to learn how to understand, analyze, and implement sustainable solutions.



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Western Confluence

Explore how we allocate, store, transport, plan for, and use water in the West.

Wyoming Open Spaces

This latest publication of the Wyoming Open Spaces Initiative provides results from a recent statewide poll on topics related to conservation and natural resources in Wyoming.

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