A Rich Tradition of Research Excellence
The College of Natural Resources has a vibrant tradition of research and discovery. Today, annual funding supporting research is more than $11,000,000, of which nearly $6,000,000 comes from grants and contracts secured by college faculty. With collaboration from undergraduates, graduate students and faculty, important research endeavors are happening in a number of critical areas, such as the ecology of endangered species, restoration of damaged ecosystems, wildlife habitat management, remote sensing and analysis of the environment, wilderness issues, and environmental policy analysis.
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