Ph.D. Program in Natural Resources and Sustainability
Inaugural Offering: Fall 2008
Offered Jointly by the UAF School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences, and School of Management
The PhD in Natural Resources and Sustainability is a new UAF doctoral program in natural resources and sustainability. This degree program emphasizes research focused on both disciplinary and interdisciplinary natural resource issues at high latitudes, focused primarily on Alaska and the circumpolar north. The program centers around three thematic areas: i) resource economics, ii) resource policy and sustainability science, and iii) forest and agricultural sciences. It is a joint PhD program with the School of Management and the School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences, and builds on several university and national initiatives, including the Resilience and Adaptation Program, EPSCoR (Phase 3) Resilience and Vulnerability of a Rapidly Changing North, the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy, and the Scenarios Network for Alaska Planning project.
The doctoral program is accepting students;
Contact Dr. Joshua Greenberg or Mr. Dave Veazey for more information.
Joshua Greenberg, NRS PhD Program Director
Dave Veazey, Director of Enrollment Management, SNRAS