The Utah State University College of Natural Resources has named a range scientist its outstanding professor for the academic year and named a fisheries and wildlife student its outstanding senior.

James Dobrowolski, assistant professor of range science and co-director of the USU Institute for Land Rehabilitation, was selected by his peers as outstanding professor of the year.Senior researcher Barrie K. Gilbert, was named adviser of the year by the college faculty.

Springdale native Charles B. Chamberlain was named outstanding senior in the College of Natural Resources. Chamberlain will graduate with a degree in fisheries and wildlife with an aquatic emphasis. He has had three years' work experience with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and will study for a graduate degree at the University of Wyoming.