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Clubs and Organizations

PROESSIONAL LAND MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION

students standing in a field, and students talking at a networking eventStudent Clubs and Organizations

Energy Resources Club - The goal of this student-run organization is to develop students understanding of the Land Manager profession, develop relationships with the University of Wyoming students and the energy industry as well as foster a sense of community from both a professional and student perspective.

Associated Students of the University of Wyoming (ASUW) Senate - Every fee-paying student at the University of Wyoming is a member of the ASUW student government organization. Students in the ERMD degree can represent the program by serving on the ASUW senate. 

Professional Organizations

Professional Land Management students develop industry connections through their mandatory membership in these organizations and may be eligible to apply for scholarships.

AAPL logoAmerican Association of Professional Landmen - Students join the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL) during the fall semester membership drive. Student membership dues are paid by AAPL.

Wyoming Association of Professional Landmen - Students join the Wyoming Association of Professional Landmen and are eligible to apply for their scholarships during the spring semester.

Wyoming Student Chapter of Professional Land Managers - All Professional Land Management students join the Wyoming Student Chapter of Professional Land Managers and are expected to be actively involved in the organization including community service events.


 

ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS CONCENTRATION

students standing by a river, and students talking at a networking eventStudent Clubs and Organizations

Energy Resources Club - The goal of this student-run organization is to develop students understanding of the Land Manager profession, develop relationships with the University of Wyoming students and the energy industry as well as foster a sense of community from both a professional and student perspective.

Associated Students of the University of Wyoming (ASUW) Senate - Every fee-paying student at the University of Wyoming is a member of the ASUW student government organization. Students in the ERMD degree can represent the program by serving on the ASUW senate. 

Restoration Outreach and Research (Roar!) Clubprovides a venue in which undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in reclamation and restoration of disturbed lands can assist local organizations on projects while gaining skills for success in their future careers and networking with others in the field.

Professional Organizations

American Society of Reclamation Sciences - Students that participate in Roar! gain access to membership in the American Society of Reclamation Sciences.

Society of Ecological Restoration - Students that participate in ROar! gain access to membership in the Society for Ecological Restoration.

 

Contact Us

School of Energy Resources

Kami Danaei

Academic Director

1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 3012

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-6879

Email: kdanaei@uwyo.edu

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