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ENVS in the News

USU Names Linda Nagel as Dean for Quinney College of Natural Resources

USU Names Linda Nagel as Dean for Quinney College of Natural Resources

04/28/2022

Linda Nagel will be joining Utah State University as dean of the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources in August.

Deseret News: Why a dry Chilean lagoon matters to the future of the Great Salt Lake

Deseret News: Why a dry Chilean lagoon matters to the future of the Great Salt Lake

04/25/2022

Lake Aculeo, located in Chile, can serve as a cautionary tale, according to Will Munger, a Ph.D. student in ENVS.

UPR's UnDisciplined: what will happen to Utah's 'greatest snow' when there's no more snow?

UPR's UnDisciplined: what will happen to Utah's 'greatest snow' when there's no more snow?

04/13/2022

Utah's title of "greatest snow" is at risk due to climate change. Listen to Jordan Smith and Patrick Belmont discuss this issue on UPR's UnDisciplined.