The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at UW advances the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resource challenges.
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Bim Kendall House
804 E Fremont St
Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-5080
Fax: (307) 766-5099
Haub School students canoe String Lake, Grand Teton National Park, during the 2012 field week.
Welcome to the Haub School Academic Programs
The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources advances the understanding and resolution of complex environmental and natural resource challenges by educating undergraduate and graduate students through innovative and interdisciplinary teaching.
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Students can earn a major, minor or joint master's degree in Environment and Natural Resources from the Haub School:
- Undergraduate major or minor
- Master's level major or minor
- Doctoral minor
- JD/MA (in conjunction with a UW law degree)
Thesis defense presentations
View the spring 2013 schedule of public thesis defense presentations from our graduate students.
The Haub School promotes the study of interdisciplinary environmental and natural resource challenges in a scenic Rocky Mountain Valley, at an institution named a 2011 "Best College in the West" by the Princeton Review. Notable for small class sizes and innovative pedagogy, the Haub School has a reputation for student-centered education. The School attracts motivated students and creative faculty who share a commitment to interplay among diverse disciplines. By encouraging students to join unlikely talents and interests--imagine for instance the union of conservation biology, economics, and painting--the School supports uncommonly rich study of complex environmental systems. Furthermore, students build their understanding throughout the program toward the year-long capstone course, where they delve into an environmental assessment, adding depth to their educational experience.
Looking for work?
We regularly post jobs, internships, research opportunities and other positions in environment and natural resource fields to our "Employment opportunities" pages. Like us on Facebook for job announcement alerts.
Haub School students can take courses from experts at ENR's Ruckelshaus Institute. The Institute specializes in collaborative decision making, facilitation and negotiation, produces publications and hosts events to support and inform citizens and decision makers working on natural resource issues.
Haub School students can also participate in the Wyoming Conservation Corps to get hands-on natural resource management experience through service-learning on Wyoming's public lands.
Since its inception in 1993, the School has garnered the support of donors inspired by its dedication to advancing the understanding and resolution of natural resource issues. A 2004 endowment from Helga and Erivan Haub ensures that this tradition will endure.
Discover Southeast Wyoming
The Haub School is surrounded by the vast public lands of southeast Wyoming, including Bureau of Land Management-administered high sagebrush steppe and the Medicine Bow National Forest.