07 Sep S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources
For more than two decades, the Quinney Foundation has funded College of Natural Resources Undergraduate Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships to support students in their academic endeavors. The undergraduate scholars have filled student leadership positions such as peer mentors, teaching fellows and student club leaders. The research work of graduate fellows has yielded valuable contributions to science and resource management. Current research pursuits include management of invasive species, range rejuvenation, road and animal ecology, stream restoration and recreation resources. Quinney undergraduate and graduate alums progress to diverse leadership positions in federal, state and private natural resources organizations.
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