The Natural Resources and Environmental Science program is an interdisciplinary major which is managed by a Steering Committee of faculty from four departments in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment and two departments in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Steering Committee collaborates to guide all aspects of this undergraduate major.

Current NRES Steering Committee members include:

Mary A. Arthur, Ph.D. | Forestry and Natural Resources | Committee Chair

Brian Lee, Ph.D. | Landscape Architecture | Director of Undergraduate Studies

Jack Shieffer, Ph.D. | Agricultural Economics | Internship Coordinator

Chris Barton, Ph.D. | Forestry and Natural Resources

Sandra Broadus | NRES Alumna, UK Transportation Services

David McNear, Ph.D. | Plant & Soil Sciences

Chris Matocha, Ph.D. | Plant & Soil Sciences

Robert Paratley, M.S. | Forestry and Natural Resources

Lynn Phillips, Ph.D | Geography | College of Arts and Sciences

Steve Price Ph.D | Forestry and Natural Resources

Chris Sass, Ph.D. | Landscape Architecture

Christopher Shepard, Ph.D. | Plant & Soil Sciences

Kevin Yeager, Ph.D | Earth and Environmental Sciences | College of Arts and Sciences