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WILD Research Professor Emerita Leila Shultz Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

WILD Research Professor Emerita Leila Shultz Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

05/11/2021

Discoverer of more than a dozen new plant species and author of many more plant names, Leila Shultz is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award for her years of discovery, education, conservation and support of the magnificent flora of Utah.

WILD is Hiring For a Full-Time 9-month Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position in Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology

WILD is Hiring For a Full-Time 9-month Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position in Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology

05/10/2021

Research areas of interest to the Department include, but are not limited to carbon cycling, biogeochemistry, ecosystem modeling, disturbance and land cover shifts.


The mission of the Department of Wildland Resources is to use our educational, research, and extension expertise in ecology and resource management to advance the understanding and stewardship of wildland ecosystems and the services they provide.


WILD Alumni and Friends: a new mentoring group for future WILD students

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Departmental Notice
 
The WILD Department Office will be open daily from 8am-3pm. Allison and Marsha will work their regular scheduled hours (Allison: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Marsha 8:00am – 3:00pm) but will be taking turns working in the office every other week. If you need any assistance, please feel free to contact Allison or Marsha via email - (allison.cochley@usu.edu  or marsha.bailey@usu.edu).