Lisa Green

lisa.green@usu.edu Phone: 435-797-1275 Biology and Natural Resources (BNR) 215

Science Management Policy Exchange-Logan Fall, 2019

Date TBD

Research Forum Archives

Communicating Science: Make it Creative; Make it Relatable-Handout

Communicating Science: Make it Creative; Make it Relatable       by Star Coulbrooke, Millie Tullis, and Shaun Anderson Mar.15, 2017   BEFORE THE DAM   All along the river we were young and walked the dirt roads barefoot   Night and day we wandered the riverbank, plunged off its edges   Followed the ditchbank where it curved [...]

Sarah Null, CAS Team Leader Awarded NSF CAREER Grant

USU scientist explores 'big picture' of hydrologic modeling for water resources management

Water Cluster Hire

Three Faculty Positions to Address Water Challenges in Integrated Natural, Built, and Agricultural Environments at Assistant or Associate Professor Level Do you want to conduct relevant research and train the next generation of scientists and engineers to address our nation’s critical water problems? The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Utah State University seeks [...]

January 18, 2017

Matthew LaPlante

Utah State University Faculty Journalism and Communication
Presentation: Superlative: Why the Biggest Ideas in Science Get the Shortest Shrift


USU Merrill-Cazier Library Room 154
11:30-1:00
Light refreshments will be served
matthew.laplante@usu.edu

Heidie George

Applied Economics
I am interested in economics from a global platform, comparative studies, economic decision models for fiscal, monetary and global climate policy decisions, all in relation to international economic systems and global economic metamorphosis. I want to research global ‘connectivity’ and the relationship of economic and climate changes between various types of governing bodies and countries.



Upcoming Presentations


February 22, 2017

Presentations by:

  • William Pearse, Department of Biology
  • Sara Sutherland, Department of Applied Economics
  • Dennis L. Newell, Department of Geology
  • Mark W. Brunson, Department of Environment and Society
  QCNR Dean's Conference Room 11:30-1:00. Refreshments will be served.