October 4, 2021
Courtney is a graduate student pursuing an MS in Zoology/Physiology and Environment
and Natural Resources. She is from Fountain Valley, California and received the Haub
School Research and Creative Activities Grant to study Dispersed Camping in Jackson,
WY."This generous grant from the Haub School enabled me to complete my first graduate
field season. I spent the summer of 2021 surveying over 300 campsites and piloting
a survey and camera trap design for my thesis. I was able to set the groundwork for
an expanded second field season next year including more game cameras, experimental
signage, and a technician. This project will be instrumental to Bridger-Teton National
Forest managers in both preserving the dispersed camping aesthetic visitors love while
conserving the biodiversity this area is famous for."
Full Q&A with Courtney
July 6, 2021
Dr. Joe Holbook is an assistant professor of Carnivore and Habitat Ecology with the
Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources and Department of Zoology and Physiology.Joe received his PhD in Natural Resources from the University of Idaho, his MS in
Range and Wildlife Management at Texas A&M-Kingsville, and his BS in Wildlife Ecology
from the University of Idaho.
Full Q&A with Dr. Joe Holbrook
June 7, 2021
Dr. Abby Sisneros-Kidd is an assistant professor in Outdoor Recreation & Tourism Management
with the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources.Abby received her PhD in Environment & Society from Utah State University; her MEd
in Teaching and Learning from DePaul University (Chicago, IL), and her BA in Environmental
Science from Carthage College (Kenosha, WI), where she also minored in Spanish and
Full Q&A with Dr. Abby Sisneros-Kidd
March 4, 2020
Haub School Student, Alyssa Wesner, shares her experience taking a domestic field
course with the Haub School of ENR.
"When I found out that I could take three one-credit winter ecology classes in an
immersive 10-day program hosted just outside of Grand Teton National Park and Jackson,
WY, I was immediately intrigued. My very first class with the Haub School was attending
a field week at the same place, the Kelly campus of Teton Science Schools, and I knew
I had to return to round out my final semester as an undergrad."
Read the full blog post
June 9, 2020
Haub school student, Zayne Hebbler, describes his experience studying rural and urban
landscapes in Queensland, Australia.
"I had the great opportunity of traveling to Queensland, Australia this past summer.
I traded the familiar mountainous landscapes of the American West for eucalypt forests
and extensive ocean time. Australia has always been a place of great interest to me
- the incredible biodiversity, the vast wild landscapes, and the interesting history
make it an incredibly unique destination."
March 5, 2020
ORTM and Haub School student, Maddie Reid spent the spring of 2019 in Barcelona, Spain
"I have been interested in studying abroad since I was in middle school, so it was
always a part of my plan for when I came to university. I wanted to experience living
somewhere out of my comfort zone, and that was different from my usual surroundings.
Barcelona was a great fit because I wanted to improve my spanish, it was a big city,
and it had a large airport that allowed me to travel to so many different places while
I was abroad. "
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