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Measuring Fish

The Quinney College of Natural Resources prides itself on having a 75% job placement rate upon graduates receiving their degree.  Another 10% of graduates go on to advanced degree programs.

That indicates that 85% of our students are moving on to new opportunities within Natural Resources fields upon graduation from USU. Many of those future opportunities can be found through this Jobs and Opportunities page.

The Quinney College of Natural Resources is hiring a new Director / Senior Director of Development. Click the button to learn more.



On Going:

Undergraduate Project in Dust Phosphorus Leaching

Changing precipitation patterns affect rangeland and dryland agriculture

Undergraduate Project in Didymosphenia Distribution and Occurrence in the Logan RiverEvery year QCNR arranges Collaborative Internships with various agencies with which the college has had a long history of working in conjunction with. The 2016 Collaborative Internships are now open for application. Take advantage of this terrific opportunity to help shape your career's future.