College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Technology

Student Highlights

Standout Student: “You can never do too much."

“This is your world. Shape it or someone else will.” Senior Andrew Bresee says this quote by writer Gary Lew inspires his goal to become an ecological engineer as well as his effort to make the most of his time at the University of Maryland as an Environmental Science and Technology student. “I...



Booming Green Internships

A new survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers found that students who completed internships during their college careers were better off securing permanent jobs than those who did not. This is true for ENST undergraduate alumnus Amanda Johnson Hren and current student Matthew Karlin.

WAMU Article: Inside The World Of... Competitive Soil Judging

You might think of College Park as a basketball town. You could also make a case for women's lacrosse — that program has won ten national championships. Associate professor of soil science, Brian Needelman, is a bit of a contrarian, however.


Terps Dig Deep to Win National Championship

The University of Maryland beat out 21 other colleges and universities from around the country to take home the top prize in the National Collegiate Soil Judging Contest hosted by the University of Wisconsin at Platteville April 21 through April 26. It marks the first time in 29 years the Terps have won this prestigious national competition. UMD’s previous victories came in 1984 and 1972.

Terps Dig Deep to Win National Championship

Members of UMD's National Championship-winning Soil Judging Team were profiled on WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C. Watch the video below or click here to link to the full article:

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