Rocky Mountain CESU Leader Recognized for Superior Service
Kathy Tonnesson of the Rocky Mountain Cooperative Ecosystems Study Unit was recently given the Department of the Interior's Superior Service Award. Read more.
Professor Andrew Larson Recognized for Wilderness Research
Professor Andrew Larson was recently awarded the Excellence in Wilderness Stewardship Research Award by the U.S. Forest Service and the International Journal of Wilderness
for his recent paper on fire effects in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Read more.
UM Students Attend UN Climate Change Conference
UM shares in $10 million grant to look at using beetle-killed biomass for biofuels
Researchers at UM, including CFC professor Woodam Chung
, will use a grant from the USDA to study cost and feasibility of using beetle-killed forest biomass as feedstock for biofuels. Read more.
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Career Development Workshop - UM's Wildlife Society and American Fisheries Society are hosting a workship for students to learn about job searching, using USAJobs web site, interview skills, and more. And providing free pizza! Join them on Tues., Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. in the North Underground Lecture Hall. Read more.
Join the 2014 Indian Himalaya study abroad course as they learn about sustainable tourism and livelihoods by touring the Garhwal region for three weeks, May 20 - June 13, 2014.
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