As recent graduates of the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE), we’re looking forward to using our road trip as a way to connect with alumni all over the United States who are working on the country’s most ingrained and fascinating environmental problems. If you are an alum working on some aspect of climate change adaptation, please get in touch. We’d love to tell your story.
About SNRE: The School of Natural Resources was founded at the University of Michigan in 1950 and was the first school of its kind. Today, SNRE offers a highly interdisciplinary, collaborative master of science program, with concentrations in Behavior, Communication, and Education; Conservation Ecology; Environmental Informatics; Environmental Justice; Environmental Policy and Planning; Landscape Architecture; and Sustainable Systems. Its professors are world-class scholars and its students are ever-curious, passionate environmental leaders. We’re proud to call ourselves “SNREds.”
Thank you to the SNRE Alumni Relations Office for supporting our trip and connecting us with alums doing vital work.