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.
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.
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.
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.
The University of Wyoming invites applications for Dean of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources. The Dean, who holds a Wyoming Excellence Chair, is the unit’s chief academic and administrative officer and reports to the Provost. Review of applications will begin on January 6, 2017, for an anticipated start date of June 1, 2017. Click here for more info.
Job Opening: We are now accepting applications for a Private Lands Management Fellow to conduct research/information synthesis, outreach, and teaching on Private Lands Management in the West. The fellow will support private landowners with tools for sustaining working landscapes, such as sound financial management and intergenerational transfer, emerging markets such as conservation banks, and collaboration with federal, state, and private land managers. View the full position description.