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Welcome to the Haub School of ENR

 

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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.

 

Haub School Academic Programs

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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.

 

Ruckelshaus Institute

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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.

 

Research and Creative Work



News and Updates

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 as well as citizens, stakeholders, and decision makers by giving them the skills and tools they need to build durable, inclusive solutions to our most pressing environment and natural resource challenges.

 

Who We Are

Why the Haub School? Haub alumni, Manasseh Franklin. Click to play video

Wyoming Conservation Corps

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Wyoming Conservation Corps

The Wyoming Conservation Corps’ mission is to promote individual development, stewardship, and education through localized national service. The WCC continues this legacy by carrying out the highest caliber of service for Wyoming’s public lands through AmeriCorps. 

Learn more about the WCC and apply!


New Documentary Film: Deer 139

Documentary Film: Deer 139

“Deer 139” follows Haub School research scientist Sam Dwinnell and two friends as they hike, ski, and pack raft the path of the collared mule deer known as #139 for 85 miles through western Wyoming and..amidst David Attenborough impersonations, treacherous river crossings, and dance parties...learn to see the world differently in the process.

This 55-minute documentary film is now available to watch online.

Deer 139 logo with image of deer and mountains.

Celebrating 25 Years

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Environmental Solutions in Jackson HolENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS: Each May, the Haub School takes 16 undergrad & graduate students to Jackson, WY to partner with community leaders, conduct research, interview stakeholders, and develop solutions to local environmental challenges. Interested?

 

Haub School Field Notes notebok with mapsFIELD EXPERIENCES: Gain hands-on experience in one of our field courses across Wyoming and the world. From a morning field trip to a wind energy facility to an entire course abroad, you will gain practical experience on the ground throughout your time with us.


Land Acknowledgment

The University of Wyoming occupies the ancestral and traditional lands of the Cheyenne, Arapaho, Crow, and Shoshone Indigenous peoples along with other Native tribes who call the Great Basin and Rocky Mountain region home. We recognize Indigenous individuals and communities who live here now and those forcibly removed from their Homelands.

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Recent Publications

Recent Publications


Contact Us

Haub School of ENR

University of Wyoming
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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