Michigan State University professor Joan Rose is the 2016 recipient of the Stockholm Water Prize, announced today at the United Nation's World Water Day celebration in Geneva.
Gerald Urquhart, an assistant professor in MSU’s Lyman Briggs College, is part of a team that has developed a conservation plan that could help preserve the habitat of several animals that is being threatened by a canal project in Nicaragua.
Michigan State University participated in Operation Twiga with the Giraffe Conservation Foundation and the Uganda Wildlife Authority to translocate 20 Rothschild’s giraffes across the Nile River in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda.
Michigan State University has nominated four undergraduate students for the nationally competitive Udall Scholarship. Two are students in Fisheries and Wildlife.
The DNR and Michigan State University are jointly funding a new elk tracking project, which is being researched by an MSU graduate student.
Nature has no voice to defend itself when humans violate its right to exist peacefully. Michigan State University's Conservation Criminology program seeks to be that voice.
For the second year in a row, a Michigan State University (MSU) woman has received the Janice Lee Fenske Memorial Award from the Wildlife Society and the American Fisheries Society.
An article by Environmental Reviews authors, which include six currently affiliated with Michigan State University and/or are alumni, offers the first global review of the value of inland fish and fisheries.
Each year, William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award winners are honored for a comprehensive and sustained record of scholarly excellence in research and/or creative activities, instruction and outreach.
Ronald L. Hendrick will be recommended as dean of Michigan State University's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. If approved by the MSU Board of Trustees, Hendrick's appointment will be effective July 1, 2016.
Assistant Professor Dr. Meredith Gore, a conservation criminologist from Michigan State University, is interviewed about the need for a multidisciplinary approach to understanding poaching.
Current State talks with MSU associate professor Meredith Gore, who researches the decline and exploitation of wildlife and natural resources and works to find solutions.
MSU Associate Professor Catherine Lindell is one of 16 recipients of grants totaling more than $20 million made in 2015 by the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems (CNH) program.
PhD Student Remington Moll won a second-place award for Best Presentation at the recent Research Symposium hosted by the Environmental Science and Policy Program at Michigan State University.