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Majors: Ecosystem Science & Sustainability -
Fish, Wildlife & Conservation Biology - Forestry - Geology - Natural Resource Recreation & Tourism - Natural Resources Management - Rangeland Ecology - Watershed Sciences

News

Celebrating Dean Joyce Berry - retiring May 31
Dr. Joyce Berry’s connection to CSU has spanned more than 35 years – from her time as a student to becoming a leader of natural resources and education excellence.Under her leadership, Warner College has expanded to five departments, more than 1,600 students, eight majors, 13 research centers and more than 500 faculty and staff working in 75 countries around the world.
Natural Resources Days 2014 - April 21-26

NR Days is a Warner College tradition coinciding with CSU Earth Week, and is a time to celebrate natural resources education, research, and outreach with events, awards and community building. It's also a time to celebrate Warner College’s strong community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Click here for the full schedule of events!
Melinda Laituri Named Jefferson Science Fellow
Professor Laituri will serve as science advisor for U.S. foreign policy to U.S. Department of State and U.S. Agency for International Development. She begins her one-year term in August and will work on water-related policy issues including the University WASH Consortium, water data integration efforts, and gender issues.
Colorado State University Announces New Dean of Warner College of Natural Resources
John P. Hayes, University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Dean for Research and director of the Florida Agricultural Station in Gainesville, has been selected as the new dean of the Warner College of Natural Resources. Hayes will assume his new position on June 1. He will succeed Dean Joyce Berry, who has served as Dean from 2004-2006 and returned to the position in 2009; the University held a nationwide search to fill the position.