Greetings and welcome to Natural Resources Management
With increasing human pressure and a growing need to balance competing demands, we need innovative ways to manage and use natural resources. Natural Resources Management at North Dakota State University prepares students for careers that require an understanding of the social, biological and physical aspects of managing natural resources for their highest and best uses for society while maintaining the integrity of natural systems. Because this program emphasizes problem solving it prepares students to deal with issues that reach beyond a single discipline or subject area.
Natural Resources Management offers you an interdisciplinary approach to learning . . .
applying your abilities and skills in a career that can make a difference.
For more information on Natural Resources Management
Shawn DeKeyser, Ph.D.
Best Student Poster
Graduate student, Lisa Preister, received the Natural Resource Communication Award for Best Student Poster at the North Dakota Chapter of The Wildlife Society 2015 annual conference. Her poster presentation on 'Smooth Brome (Bromus inermis) Phenology in Northern Tallgrass Prairie' was awarded for excellence in presentation of natural resource information. Lisa's advisor is Dr. Edward "Shawn" DeKeyser.