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Brian Gaston with Kailani, a female gray wolf who was born at Wolf Park and is 10 years old. (Courtesy photo)
Brian Gaston with Kailani, a female gray wolf who was born at Wolf Park and is 10 years old. (Courtesy photo)

'Where Are They Now?' featuring SNR alum Brian Gaston

It's been four years since Brian Gaston was an SNR student and in that time frame, he's learned several valuable lessons. "I applied to many graduate programs, jobs and internships," Gaston said. "You won't be accepted to them all." Continue reading…

SNR Student Need-to-Know

SNR Student Need-to-Know is the one-stop shop of information for all SNR students.The information provided in this announcement is tailored and geared toward all SNR students. Whether it's important dates, job/internship postings or other helpful info, students can find news essential to their success. Faculty are welcome to read and share this information accordingly. Continue reading…

The 2014 GTU inductees who were present at the induction ceremony (from left): Tracy Mette Jarvi Matteson, Stephen Gregory Ritzdorf, David Grosso, Christian Cruz and Jacob Bruihler.
The 2014 GTU inductees who were present at the induction ceremony (from left): Tracy Mette Jarvi Matteson, Stephen Gregory Ritzdorf, David Grosso, Christian Cruz and Jacob Bruihler.

Students inducted into geography honor society

Eight students were inducted into Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geographic honor society, during an induction ceremony that took place on April 18 in Hardin Hall. Continue reading…

Amanda Bergeron-Bauer (right), SNR recruiter, and Karen Jensen, SNR alumni coordinator, are offering a professional development seminar course for fall 2014.
Amanda Bergeron-Bauer (right), SNR recruiter, and Karen Jensen, SNR alumni coordinator, are offering a professional development seminar course for fall 2014.

SNR professional development seminar course offered this fall

Amanda Bergeron-Bauer, SNR recruiter, and Karen Jensen, SNR alumni coordinator, are offering a professional development seminar course for fall 2014. The one-credit, pass/no pass course aims to give students the tools they need to prepare for their postgraduate career paths. Continue reading…

Originally published April 28, 2014 - Submit an Item