University of Michigan SNRE Alumni

Welcome to the SEAS Alumni Community

When the University of Michigan offered the nation’s first college-level forestry course in 1881, it staked a claim to environmental leadership for decades to come. Since then, the School of Forestry and Conservation, SNR, SNRE, and now SEAS have galvanized 10,000 alumni like you to practice and promote responsible stewardship of our natural world. The constant throughout our history has been the oversized impact of our modest numbers. As we embark on the new phase of our school's evolution - the School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) - we will continue to count on you to help us prepare the next generation of environmental leaders.

Alumni Stories

Adapting to climate change initiatives

Fifth-generation fisherman protects legacy, sustainability of Great Lakes

Proactive social justice key to international development

Events

October 4

SNR Class of 1969 Reunion

Details
Dow Commons, 4th Floor, Samuel T. Dana Building, 440 Church St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 | 12:00-2:00 pm

Have a story to share?

Our 10,000 alumni span the globe. From the golden coasts of California to the tropical forests of Indonesia, our graduates continue to break environmental barriers on seven world continents. We are showcasing the impact our alumni community has made around the globe. We'd love to share your story of impact--submit your information or nominate a fellow alumna/us!