Congratulations to all the NREM students who completed their National Wildfire Coordinating Group Wildland Fire Chainsaws (S-212) course! Everyone did a great job representing NREM and enduring the training under inhospitable conditions.
Tim Stewart and Jan Thompson were invited by CELT to present a poster on their Miller awarded project for visitors from the American Association of Universities (AAU) that was focused on advancing STEM education. The visitors from the AAU were: Toby Smith, Vice President for Policy and Jessica Sebeok, Deputy Vice President for Federal Relations and Counsel for Policy.
Lucas Goodman and Thomas Hansen will be presenting their research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). The conference will be held at the University of Central Oklahoma on April 4-7.
Nevada, Iowa – Dick Van Deusen, a rural home and woodland owner, will be welcoming 250 Nevada,
Iowa students in Central Elementary’s multiage program to his land on March 28 th and April 4 th to learn
Ann Russell was accepted as a Science Communication Fellow through ISU's Reiman Gardens.
The latest placement rates for our undergraduates have been posted. Surveys of students who graduated summer 2016, fall 2016 and spring 2017 were compiled by the CALS Career Services Office.
Dr. Lisa Schulte-Moore, Robert Valek and collaborators developed PEWI that can be used to understand the interrelationships of land use, natural resources, and land management.
Jim Adelman’s research on Avian influenza was recently published by PeerJ https://peerj.com/articles/4060/. Research conducted by Jim and Kyoung-Jin Yoon (CVM) studied wild birds and rodents around poultry operations to see if
NREM graduate Anna MacDonald (B.S. Animal Ecology, M.S.
Congratulations to the STRIPS team that was recently awarded the 2018 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Team Award.
ISU Fulbright scholars engage in cultural exchange with middle school students.
Coach Sudbury outlined Phase I course improvements and the forestry students provided the expertise and work force.
NREM lab students conduct a fall prairie burn that will favor forbs over grasses.