Faculty and research overview

The faculty of the School of Natural Resources and Environment represents the wide range of environmental specialties and teach classes that comprise a comprehensive, interdisciplinary graduate curriculum. Through the school's laboratories and related research sites, students and professional research collaborators conduct experiments across a broad range of disciplines. Outside of the class room, SNRE professors pursue ambitious research, publish frequently, and are engaged professionally and creatively.

View profiles for details on individual the research interests and teaching engagement of SNRE professors and faculty affiliates.

SNRE is the crossroads for environmental research and education at the University of Michigan, one of the greatest research universities in the world. Our scholars/practitioners advance an interdisciplinary, domestic and international research enterprise committed to protecting resources and advancing sustainability. Many of our research faculty also mentor master's and Ph.D. students throughout their academic careers.