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  • Sam Jalali presents his well-organized research poster for the judges' consideration.

    IRM Student Sam Jalali

    Sam Jalali presents his well-organized research poster for the judges' consideration.

    Sam Jalali, Current IRM Student, was selected recently to present at the Graduate Student Showcase for his research efforts during his studies in Iran.  The event was held on February 25th in the Lory Student Center Ballroom.  We are proud of you Sam!

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    Fall 2014 Incoming Class

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    New classmates Sarah Wynkoop and Shelby Steele tackle the CSU Rope Challenge Course together as a part of the IRM Master of Ag introductory course, AGRI 630.  AGRI 630 allows students to tackle leadership in a whole new light.

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    Hands-On Field Trips

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    Fall 2014 Class Touring with IRM Alumni Geoff Hess at the local Oskar Blues Brewery

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    Fall 2014 Class CSU Ropes Challenge Course

    Sarah and Shelby, new IRM Classmates work their way through the CSU Ropes Challenge Course

    WCIRM Class of 2014-15 participated in the CSU Ropes Challenge Course doing Team-building exercises to discover their areas of discomfort when dealing with each other and within themselves. This exercise was designed to flow into their first on-campus course, AGRI 630, Integrated Decision Making and Management Skills, with the subtitle, Courageous Leadership.

  • Chad Leeper Award

    Congratulations to IRM Alum Chad Leeper!

    Chad Leeper Award

    Chad Leeper was recently named the Large Acre Conservationist of the Year in the Eagle County Conservation Disctrict, Colorado.   Congratulations Chad!  Proud to have you as an IRM Alumnus!

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WCIRM

Kraig Peel WCIRM Coordinator

The Western Center for Integrated Resources Management offers Master of Agriculture program that allow students the opportunity to receive a multi-disciplinary Agriculture degree in as little as one year. Students study landscape ecology, agriculture economics, animal nutrition and production, resource management, wildlife conservation, finance, and business. Real-time experience and practical, on the ground skills set the IRM Master of Agriculture Degree apart from other graduate degrees.

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