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Laramie, WY 82072
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2015 Environment and Natural Resources Career Series

2015 ENR Career Series, Haub School

Join us for an informal presentation and discussion. You will hear from professionals in a range of environment and natural resources fields from journalism to land management, from conservation to private business. Presenters will talk about their educational backgrounds, how they landed their jobs, what they do day to day, opportunities in their field or organization, internship possibilities, and more. Thursdays, 12:20 to 1:20, February 12, 19, and 26 and March 5 in the College of Agriculture Auditorium. For a free lunch, RSVP here.

February 12
  • Megan Taylor, Community Organizer, Powder River Basin Resource Council
  • Michael McNamee, Career Services Coordinator, UW Career Services
  • Chris Michael, Co-Owner, Marketing & Media Team, Bright Agrotech
February 19
  • Stephanie Ogburn, reporter, KUNC/Public Radio/KUNC Community Radio
  • Pete Gosar, self employed, Wildland Rehab, LLC
  • Aaron Maddox, General Manager, Snowy Range Ski Area
February 26
  • José González, Founder/Director, Latino Outdoors
  • Graham McGaffin, External Relations Manager, The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming
  • Sarah Walker, Shoshone Wildlands Organizer, Wyoming Wilderness Association
March 5
  • Tyson Finnicum, Planning and Environmental Specialist, Bureau of Land Management

Haub School Environmental Leadership Speaker Series

José González, Founder/Director of Latino OutdoorsConnecting Cultura and Community with the Outdoors

José González, Founder/Director of Latino Outdoors, Conservationist, Environmentalist, Chicano, and Educator

José González, founder and director of Latino Outdoors, is this semester's distinguished speaker for the Haub School Environmental Leadership Speaker Series. His talk will explore the role of culture and storytelling in community engagement and inclusion. We all have a story in the work we do, especially in the work of conservation, the environment, and the outdoors. What this story tells, and how it connects with different communities, matters in the diversification of conservation movement.

The presentation will take place 6-8 p.m., Thursday, February 26, in the Berry Center Auditorium. A reception will follow. See the Facebook event.

Click here for live streaming of José's talk. Click here for WyoCast help.

Sponsored by the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources and Wyoming EPSCoR with support from the Latina/o Studies Program, the Outdoor Program, UW's Multicultural Association of Student Scientists (MASS), and MEChA.

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Science and Environmental Writing Course

ENR 4890/5890, Science and Environmental Writing with Abe Streep, Haub School of ENR, summer 2015

Abe Streep, contributing editor at Outside magazine, will teach a 3-credit-hour course, Science and Environmental Writing, for the Haub School. Interested students must apply by March 1. Find more info here.

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Film Screening and Kickoff to the 2015 Laramie Conservation Expo

To Make A Farm film screening and Laramie Conservation Expo.

Join us for a free film screening and reception to kick off the Laramie Rivers Conservation District's 2015 Conservation Expo. To Make a Farm (2012, 74 minutes) follows five young farmers and takes a hopeful look at small-scale food production. View the film trailer.

Film Screening -- Friday, March 6, 6:30 p.m., reception at 6:00, Berry Biodiversity Conservation Center Auditorium (corner of 10th and Lewis Sts in Laramie), hosted by the UW Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources

Laramie Conservation Expo -- Saturday, March 7, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Albany County Fairgrounds, hosted by the Laramie Rivers Conservation District

Both events are free and open to the public.

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