Diversity and Inclusion
CNR put together a diverse cross section of faculty, staff and students across departments to share ideas, who can link actions to college initiatives, and to consider different ideas.
The University of Idaho welcomes and respects all people. Diversity and inclusion are the core of our community and we embrace them as our guiding principles. The College of Natural Resources acknowledges and supports the principle that everyone is a unique person who possesses distinctive qualities and traits, and who interacts with heterogeneous others within a larger inclusive civil society.
We seek to protect and promote a respectful and civil learning environment for the discussion of the concepts and the development of practical skills associated with diversity and inclusion. As a place of learning and training, the University adheres to the standards of ethical and civil diversity and of inclusive discourse and action within our classrooms, offices, hallways, student organizations and gathering places.
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Tara Hudiburg, Associate Professor, Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences
Kerri Vierling, Professor of Wildlife Resources, Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences
Brittany Harrington, Development Coordinator
Graduate Student Representative
Katie Wollstein, Ph.D. Candidate, Natural Resources and Society
Undergraduate Student Representative
Lydia Druin, B.S. Student, Ecology & Conservation Biology