SNRE students and alums gathered Thursday for their regular happy hour at Jolly Pumpkin. Tom Wagner, Class of '71 (pictured on right) told stories about his days in the Dana Building before SNR got its 'E', Erik Herzog, Class of '89, told us about his work at the EPA and 2004 graduate Michael DiRamio talked about the beginnings of the Sustainable Systems track. A good time had by all! Thanks to all the students and alums who came! We look forward to this every month.
-SNRE Alumni Gateway
Dean Marie Lynn Miranda, professor and dean at the School of Natural Resources and Environment, met with current SNRE students Thursday, Feb. 21, at a special dinner coordinated by SNRE Student Government. The event gave students a chance to speak with the dean, who completed her first year in January, and to ask questions about what's ahead for the school.
The event took place in the Dow Commons.
Last semesterâ€™s final SNRE Alumni Happy Hour at the Jolly Pumpkin was a huge success! 45 alumni and current students attended. The event was put on by the SNRE Student Government Alumni Gateway and sponsored by the Student-Alumni Engagement Fund (SAEF), which was created by the 2012 class gift. These funds are available for SNRE student groups to use. The funds were used to purchase food for students and alumni.
Your very own SNRE StudGov is proposing a new StudGov election and governing structure! StudGov believes that this change will make our organization both more nimble and more thoroughly integrated with life in Dana. To accomplish this, we've designed a committee structure governed by a 3-4 person Executive Committee and 4-5 selected committee chairs. All student government meetings will continue to be open to all members of the SNRE community. The new committee structure will provide opportunities for: