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The Geospatial and Environmental Informatics (GSEI) degree program brings together information technology, spatial science, data analysis, natural resources and ecological modeling and is collaboratively taught by world-renowned faculty from the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, and the colleges of Agriculture, Science and Mathematics, Engineering and Business.
The SFWS offers world class faculty, state of the art labs, expansive field sites, and cutting edge knowledge-based and technological resources to develop today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders.
Our interdisciplinary research is highly relevant to the quality of people’s lives and contributes to the development of policy and management strategies for land use, public health, and natural resources.
SFWS outreach programs engage thousands each year and are offered through SFWS facilities and in partnership with other agencies. Outreach activities include K-12 educational programs, skill development workshops and technical seminars, field training exercises, research project assistance, and community programs.