APT films production of Cross-Laminated Timber at International Beams factory in Dothan, AL

APT series to showcase Auburn’s forestry, wildlife and environmental research and the state’s natural resource industries

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As part of Alabama Public Television’s ongoing “Spotlight on Agriculture” documentary series, the network is producing three episodes focused on Auburn University’s forestry, wildlife and natural resources research and the...
Larry Teeter, Brenda Allen and Art Chappelka

SFWS announces the retirement of three faculty and two longtime staff

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The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences has announced the retirement of three faculty this year. Professors Brenda Allen, Arthur Chappelka and Larry Teeter will retire as of...
victoria ashby conducts research on Ae. aegypti mosquito

Study links undergraduate research experiences, pursuit of STEM doctorates

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College students who participate in hands-on, faculty-mentored research en route to their bachelor’s degrees cite multiple personal and professional benefits the experience delivers, from strengthening their time-management, critical-thinking and communication...
Maurlan Dickerson and Amanda Mize

Resource Management Service establishes forestry scholarship at Auburn University to promote the profession

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Resource Management Service LLC, which is based in Birmingham, Alabama, has established an annual scholarship in the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences to promote the forestry profession...
Dr. Richard Pouyat

Weaver Lecture Series to feature Richard Pouyat, former White House science and technology advisor and current president of the Ecological Society of America, Oct. 17

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Auburn University’s Weaver Lecture Series will present a talk by Richard Pouyat, renowned scientist and national policy advisor, on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 3 p.m., immediately followed by a graduate...
students holding timber etched with campaign total

SFWS celebrates success with donors of Because This is Auburn — A Campaign for Auburn University

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Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences donors recently joined with members of Auburn’s administration, faculty, and staff to celebrate the successful close of Because This is Auburn —...
photo of pine toppled over

Southern Forest Nursery Management Cooperative research seeks to decrease pine seedling toppling during strong wind events

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The Auburn University Southern Forest Nursery Management Cooperative has discovered the cause of loblolly and longleaf pine seedling toppling during strong wind events, and has developed a solution to this...
sara bolds collects water samples from a stream

Appeal of SFWS research lab leads graduate student Sara Bolds to researching the impacts of wild pig populations

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For Sara Bolds, Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences seemed like the right fit for graduate school from the very beginning. “Of all the schools I looked at...
woman seen quail hunting

Auburn University’s new degree in wildlife enterprise management to equip students for careers in outdoor industries

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Students who enjoy the outdoors will want to explore Auburn University’s new degree program that provides the education and skills needed for a variety of careers in hunting and fishing...