• January 25, 2022

Tags : Sul Ross State University

John L. Nau III Donates $1m for West Texas Habitat

Thanks to a generous donation from a longtime supporting donor, the Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) is enhancing West Texas habitat research efforts that will benefit native wildlife. John L. Nau III has committed $1 million over the next five years to support BRI’s Habitat Enhancement Project. “BRI is committed to promoting meaningful habitat conservation in […]Read More

Sul Ross Student earns his degree from halfway across the

Sul Ross State University is known by many to be in a remote corner of West Texas. However, in today’s world that doesn’t mean its reach isn’t capable on a global scale. “International students have always made up a large portion of the identity of this campus. It works the other way as well. Our […]Read More

New Endowed Chair is Largest Gift in Sul Ross State

ALPINE, TX – The Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) at Sul Ross State University is pleased to announce the largest philanthropic gift in its 10-year history. The $1.5 million gift will fund a new Nau Endowed Chair in Habitat Research and Management at BRI. The Nau Foundation in Houston has pledged $100,000 to an endowment and […]Read More