SNR Alumni Alert

Hardin Hall is home to the School of Natural Resources, which is located at the corner of 33rd and Holdrege Streets on UNL's East Campus.
Hardin Hall is home to the School of Natural Resources, which is located at the corner of 33rd and Holdrege Streets on UNL's East Campus.

Welcome to SNR's First Alumni Newsletter

We hope you'll take a moment to read through SNR's first alumni newsletter. Whether you were part of one of our many academic programs or are simply a natural resources enthusiast, we invite you to get up to speed on SNR happenings and to share your news and updates with us. Continue reading…

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

Featured Alum: Karen Morin

Karen Morin earned her doctoral degree in geography from UNL in 1996. She is now a professor and associate dean at Bucknell University. (Courtesy photo)Karen Morin earned her doctoral degree in geography from UNL in 1996. In the 17 years since, she's been busy furthering her research interests, volunteering with a prisoner rights group, penning books and serving as an associate dean of faculty at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania Continue reading…

Young Alum Spotlight: Tyler Goeschel

Tyler Goeschel on Snake Mountain in Addison, Vermont. (Courtesy photo)When Tyler Goeschel graduated in May 2013, he headed east to the University of Vermont. As a first-year master's student, Goeschel is working toward achieving his professional goals. "I'd like to teach at a university one day and continue doing relevant research," he said. Continue reading…

Kay Kunze ('98) scuba diving near a Zebra shark.
Kay Kunze ('98) scuba diving near a Zebra shark.

Share Your Story

Are you...working your dream job? Doing innovative research? Living abroad? We love hearing what our alumni are up to! Share your story so we can share it with the rest of the SNR community. Continue reading…

A panel of natural resources professionals answers questions from a group of SNR students.
A panel of natural resources professionals answers questions from a group of SNR students.

Get Involved

Your time, knowledge and expertise with us are very valuable to us. Whether it's staffing a booth at one of our outreach events or being a guest lecturer, there are plenty of ways to stay active within SNR even after you've earned that degree. Contact Karen Jensen at kjensen4@unl.edu to learn more! Continue reading…

Meet SNR's Alumni & Friends Coordinator

Karen JensenHello, I'm Karen Jensen, SNR alumni & friends coordinator. I'm very excited to be working with you as we seek to build a greater presence within the school and beyond. I look forward to partnering with you to find ways to support our current students and research. Continue reading…

Brian Smith
Brian Smith

Fundraising

Featured Fund: Brian M. Smith Memorial Fund. Your gift to this fund supports an endowed scholarship for second-year or above students in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, with preference to students pursuing the areas Smith himself loved, fisheries and wildlife. Continue reading…

Evaporative research by Joe Szilagyi was advanced with assistance from an alumnus and Cornerstone Mapping's highly sensitive thermal-infrared camera. Pictured is a research image taken by the camera.
Evaporative research by Joe Szilagyi was advanced with assistance from an alumnus and Cornerstone Mapping's highly sensitive thermal-infrared camera. Pictured is a research image taken by the camera.

Szilagyi, Alumnus Team Up to Further Evaporation Research

A bout with insomnia helped Joe Szilagyi answer some long-lingering research questions. "Last summer I had a brainstorm event at night when I was half-awake and half-asleep," said Szilagyi, research hydrologist and SNR associate professor. Continue reading…

Paul Hanson Named SNR Associate Director

Paul HansonPaul Hanson became associate director of UNL's School of Natural Resources on Jan. 1. "What we have with Paul is an individual who has carved out an impressive scientific career with a reputation for being very collegial," said SNR director John Carroll. "He is someone who gets things done." Continue reading…

Originally published March 1, 2014 - Submit an Item