NRES Secondary Major
As K-State's first interdisciplinary program, the NRES Secondary Major leverages expertise from across campus to expand student knowledge, skills, and perspectives beyond those learned in a primary major to more effectively solve complex environmental, climate change, and sustainability challenges.
Recent NRES News
- NRES Welcomes New Governing Board Members
Dr. Jessica Fefer (Horticulture and Natural Resources) and Dr. Katie Starzec (Agricultural Communications and Journalism) were elected to the NRES Governing Board during the Spring 2021 semester. Each will serve three-year terms.
- NRES Secondary Major Students to Present Capstone Research Projects
Students in the natural resources and environmental sciences secondary major capstone course will discuss findings from their semester interdisciplinary research projects from 9:40-11:30 a.m. Thursday, May 12, in 1021 Throckmorton Hall.
- Reminder: Apply for Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences Graduate Fellowship for Fall 2022
The natural resources and environmental sciences secondary major is accepting applications for the NRES Graduate Fellowship. The application deadline for fall 2022 fellows is Friday, April 22.
- Gain a Competitive Advantage by Earning a GIS or GIScience Certificate
Kansas State University's geography and geospatial sciences department offers two unique certificate opportunities in geographic information systems, or GIS, and geographic information science, or GIScience.
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Creatively solve natural resource and sustainability problems
Enhance your resumé for a competitive job market or graduate school
Conduct collaborative research with a dedicated mentor
Work effectively in real-world interdisciplinary teams