Congratulations to Dr. Michael Weber on being named Iowa State University Harmon Family Professor in Forestry!
An alumni of our Forest Biology MS program, Dr. Fabrice DeClerck, will speak at the Global Program's Feeding the World Seminar Series. Dr. DeClerck serves as Senior Scientist, Agricultural Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, at Bioversity International. He will speak on the topic:
Rosemary Galdamez, an incoming senior at North High School in Des Moines, Iowa, is one of 19 George Washington Carver Summer Research Internship Program interns this year.
Tyler Harms (IDNR) is the co-organizer of a symposium for the 78th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference scheduled for Milwaukee, WI, January 28-31, 2018. The symposium is entitled, Ducks to Dickcissels: Collaboration
Congratulations to Natural Resource Ecology and Management Professor Emeritus and former
The outstanding NREM/ENT BioIogy IT team has done it again!
Grace Vaziri and Jim Adelman are excited about science. So excited they created Ner
We're getting ready for the 65th Midwestern Conclave coming up soon - April 1st!
NREM Graduate Student Awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
Congratulations to Miranda Furrer for being CALS Career Services Young Alum of the Month! Miranda graduated in 2013 with a B.S. in Animal Ecology.
2006 Animal Ecology Alumni, Michael Miller saved a fisherman's life in Clarke County, Iowa last weekend. Michael now works as a Conservation Officer for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
ISU Field Courses are being offered THIS SUMMER in Montana!
The Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management (NREM) at Iowa State University seeks to fill a tenure-track faculty position in forestry/silviculture at the assistant professor level. The position is a 9-month appointment and has responsibilities in teaching, research, and servic
Congratulations to NREM graduate Nathan Unsworth on being a finalist for the Central Iowa Young Professional Impact Award.
The NREM207 Outdoor Skills Weekend (OSW) is based off of the popular national program, Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow. The NREM207 Outdoor Skills Weekend is aimed at undergraduates in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, especially Forestry and Animal
Abigail Zabrodsky is a recipient of the CALS Dean's Leadership Scholarship.
Here is a glimpse into the real-life NREM adventure of Mario Pagni, spring 2014 Summa Cum Laude ISU graduate with double majors in Forestry and Public Service & Administration.
In early November, fourteen students from the ISU Forestry Club/Society of American Foresters Student Chapter