Inside the School of Natural Resources

Ashley Burns helps to radio tag a prairie chicken. (Courtesy photo)
Ashley Burns helps to radio tag a prairie chicken. (Courtesy photo)

SNR Student Spotlight: Ashley Burns

Upon beginning her collegiate career, having a family member who worked in natural resources gave Ashley Burns some inspiration. "My dad works for the Bureau of Land Management," she said. "I always loved what he did for his job." Discovering SNR enabled Burns to find and pursue her own passions. Continue reading…

The third edition of the "Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska" is now available for purchase.
The third edition of the "Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska" is now available for purchase.

‘Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska’ now available

After more than two years of research, writing and editing, the third edition of the "Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska" is complete. The atlas is produced by the Conservation and Survey Division (CSD), which serves as the natural resource survey component of UNL's School of Natural Resources. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/ruuh

'SNR Scavenger Hunt' continues through Dec. 11

Join in on the fun of the "SNR Scavenger Hunt." Happy searching!Join the "SNR Scavenger Hunt," which begins Dec. 2 and is ongoing until 10:30 a.m., Dec. 11. Clues to items placed in locations throughout and outside of Hardin Hall will be put on the SNR Facebook/Twitter sites and on computer screens in the SNR classrooms, conference rooms and 24/7 computer labs. Continue reading…

December employee update

The December Holiday Potluck will be held from 12-1 p.m., Dec. 11.Join us at the December Holiday Potluck from 12-1 p.m., Dec. 11 in the second floor lobby of Hardin Hall to welcome new employees, say farewell to those who are leaving, celebrate with those who have birthdays in December and congratulate our SNR Fall Staff Recognition Award winner. Continue reading…

Originally published December 9, 2013 - Submit an Item