The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences routinely schedules seminars and workshops for students, professionals and faculty who wish to learn about best practices, current research, and trends impacting their respective fields or areas of study. These are also great opportunities for students to prepare for future careers and network with potential employers.
SFWS Seminar Series
The SFWS hosts a seminar series each week of the spring and fall semesters where guest speakers are invited to present topics related to our research and degree areas. The series is held during the spring and fall semesters with seminars offered each Wednesday from 11 am – 12 pm. Refreshments are provided and CFEs are available. Preregistration is not required. A downloadable PDF version (link) of the schedule is available.
Weaver Lecture Series
The Weaver Lecture Series was established in May of 1996 through an endowment provided by Earl H. and Sandra H. Weaver. The objective of the series is to bring individuals with expertise in various aspects of forestry and wildlife sciences to the Auburn University campus to enhance the School’s academic programs through public lectures and interaction with faculty and students.
For more information about these programs and other upcoming activities, visit the SFWS events calendar.