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Alabama’s forest products industry leads the way toward a bio-based economy

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Alabama’s forest production and processing industry contributes nearly $21 billion to the state’s economy and positions it to be a leader in the development of a sustainable bio-based economy that...
125 years of Auburn Women and 45 years of women in forestry, wildlife and natural resources

Auburn’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences celebrates 125 Years of Auburn Women and 45 Years of Women in Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources

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Auburn University has come a long way since the time the first women students, Katherine Broun, Margaret Teague, and Willie Little were admitted in 1892. In honor of their pioneering...
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SFWS announces the Seminar Series fall calendar

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The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences has announced its fall Seminar Series schedule. The series, offered throughout the fall and spring semesters, was created by the school...
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Clemson, Auburn begin research initiative to help save wild tiger populations

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Clemson University and Auburn University have joined forces to throw the weight of multiple academic disciplines behind efforts to save wild tiger populations worldwide. The two universities, along with Louisiana...
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SFWS Professor Latif Kalin selected as an American Society of Civil Engineers Environmental and Water Resources Institute Fellow

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School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Professor Latif Kalin was presented as an American Society of Civil Engineers 2017 Environmental and Water Resources Institute Fellow during the recent World Environmental...
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Rising use of geospatial technology leads to new Auburn degree, growing job market

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How does your smartphone or GPS device know where you are? It's "geospatial" technology that uses satellites and cell signals for mapping apps and location services, but this technology does...
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Civil Engineer, Sanjiv Kumar, joins the SFWS faculty as part of Auburn’s strategic hiring initiative

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This May, the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences welcomed Assistant Professor Sanjiv Kumar to its faculty. Kumar was hired within Auburn’s multidisciplinary Climate-Human-Earth System Sciences, or CHESS, cluster. In...
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SFWS hosts ceremony and reception to honor its 2017 spring graduates

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The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, or SFWS, held its 2017 Spring Graduation Ceremony and Reception on Saturday, May 6. Over two hundred family and friends of the 9...
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SFWS Research Fellow John Kush inducted to Alabama Foresters’ Hall of Fame

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School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Research Fellow John Kush was named the 2017 inductee to the Alabama Foresters’ Hall of Fame at the Southeastern Society of American Foresters Annual...