International Affairs and Global Engagement

About Us

Our mission is to engage international students, scholars and faculty in Warner College of Natural Resources outside of formal academics.


Providing a welcoming, safe, enriching and supportive environment to study, work and live.


Engaging educational, professional and personal support throughout our large college network.


Making connections between our international and domestic college members.


Seeking International Student Representatives

The International Affairs Committee is seeking one undergraduate student to join the committee. Help college faculty and staff accomplish our mission to provide unique experiences for and build connections with our Warner College international members.

E-mail us if you would like to join the committee! We want to hear your voice.

Upcoming Events

Fall 2019
Rocky Mountain National Park
Day Trip

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Saturday, September 21, 2019
7:45 AM – 6:00 PM

Warner College international students, scholars and their families are welcome to join us for a day trip to Rocky Mountain National Park. Learn about the history, management and ecology of this high-elevation ecosystem while also enjoying the fall colors and annual elk rut, both of which are Colorado must sees. The planned itinerary includes watching the short park video, hiking around Bear Lake, viewing elk in Moraine Park, and driving up to the alpine tundra on the highest continuously paved highway in the nation.

Bring a lunch, snacks and water bottle, and wear sturdy shoes and warm clothes.

Transportation will be provided by Warner College, but seats are limited so registration is required. If your children require car seats or boosters, please bring these from home as they will not be provided.

*PLEASE NOTE: This is a CSU football game day, so we are working on securing parking on campus. Until this is confirmed, plan to park off campus and our meeting point will be at the east entrance of the Forestry building at 7:45 a.m.

Registration will be open until 4:00 PM, Wednesday, September 18th. Complete the form below to register.

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Students in a large meadow
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Yu Wei

Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

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Jack Capp

Warner College of Natural Resources

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Karina Puikkonen

Forest and Rangeland Stewardship

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Julia Klein

Ecosystem Science and Sustainability

Stacy Lynn

Ecosystem Science and Sustainability

Natural Resource Ecology Lab

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Delwin Benson

Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology

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David Knight

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

Joel Berger

Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology

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Erin Hicks

Center for Protected Area Management

Vincent Ontita

Graduate Student Representative