Hanqin Tian leans against the balcony railing in a headshot taken at SFWS

Auburn University researcher ranked among the world’s most influential climate scientists

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Within its release of the world’s most influential climate scientists, the international news agency Reuters has named Hanqin Tian, professor in Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, to its list…

MANRRS students win big in national contest highlighting importance of diversity and inclusion

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Student leaders of Auburn University’s Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences, or MANRRS, chapter were recently honored for their entries in three components of the non-profit organization’s national…
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Coca-Cola global R&D director for packaging, sustainability giving virtual talk May 27

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Auburn University will host a virtual talk with Dana Breed, global research and development director for packaging and sustainability at The Coca-Cola Company, on May 27 as part of the…

Joe Roberson named Outstanding Alumnus of the Year

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Joe Roberson has been named Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Outstanding Alumnus for 2020. A 1988 graduate in the forest engineering program, Roberson has been a forest engineer and…
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Arbor Day Foundation director of farm operations, Auburn alumnus giving virtual talk April 29

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Auburn University will host a virtual talk with Auburn alumnus Adam Howard ’97, director of farm operations at Arbor Day Farm, on April 29 as part of the School of Forestry…
Austin Childree observes fire fueled by underbrush in the WildFIRE laboratory apparatus.

Fired up: Auburn University researchers studying how controlled burns could help mitigate effects of wildfires

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The news is often filled with stories about wildfires and the widespread damage caused when they burn out of control. A combustion expert in Auburn University’s Department of Aerospace Engineering…

Alumni Spotlight: Adam Howard ’97, director of operations at Arbor Day Farm

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SFWS Alumni Spotlight: Adam Howard of Arbor Day Farms Bachelor of Applied Science, Forestry and Business ‘97 Adam Howard is the director of Farm Operations for Arbor Day Farm Lied…
Heather Alexander measures a tree diameter in the field.

Auburn researcher co-authors new study finding deciduous trees offset carbon loss from Alaskan boreal fires, published in Science

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Heather Alexander, assistant professor of forest ecology in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University, is co-author of a new research study published this week in the journal Science demonstrating that…

FEWL Academy continues to shape future leaders with newest cohort

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The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences has fostered leadership opportunities for outstanding students through the Forest, Environment, Wildlife, and Leadership, or FEWL, Academy since its establishment in 2019. For…