Three of our own CLTL faculty have been recognized for their amazing work within the department and the Conservation Leadership program. From mentoring students, publishing outstanding papers and helping youth in Kenya, these professors deserve all the recognition!
This past December, the United Nations Association of Northern Colorado gave Brett Bruyere an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resource and the Academic Director of the CLTL program, the 2017 International Humanitarian Award for his incredible work in Kenya. Congratulations Brett!
To learn more about his work in Kenya and his award go here: https://collegian.com/2017/12/csu-professor-to-receive-international-humanitarian-award-for-work-in-kenya/
Jennifer Solomon PhD, CLTL’s Student Recruitment Coordinator, received the Warner College of Natural Resources’ Outstanding Mentorship award in April 2018 during the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Award Banquet, for her exceptional mentorship and advising of students. Jennifer has worked with 30 students within the CLTL program and has also guided and mentored PhD students within the Department. Congratulations Jennifer!
Rebecca Gruby, an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and an instructor for the CLTL program received the Outstanding Publication Award on April 2018 during the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Award Banquet. Her publication: Toward a Social Science Research Agenda for Large Marine Protected Areas — Rebecca L. Gruby, Noella J. Gray, Lisa M. Campbell, Leslie Acton, highlights her amazing research on the human dimensions of large Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). Congratulations Rebecca!
To learn more about the awards banquet and other winner go here: https://warnercnr.colostate.edu/announcements/2018-hdnr-award-winners/