Graduate students presented their findings on boards throughout the Conference Hall.

Symposium spotlights breadth of graduate research

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The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences recently held its annual Graduate Research Symposium in conjunction with a seminar given by Dr. R. Quinn Thomas of Virginia Tech titled, Ecological...
From left to right: SGA president Jace Mccauley, vice president Heath Williamson, and senator Makenzie Langley.

The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Town Hall meeting sparks fellowship among students, faculty, and the Student Government Association

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The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences recently held a Town Hall meeting to give students and faculty the opportunity to voice concerns, give comments, and ask questions about the...
Forestry Club faculty advisor Dr. Tom Gallagher stands with club members Heath Williamson, George Lash, Will Sellers, Cristian Bass, Tommy Kendrick, and elected Log-A-Load chair Thomas Gilpin at the event.

Auburn Forestry Club raises record amount during its annual Log-A-Load event

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The Auburn Forestry Club recently held a Sporting Clay Shoot event at the Auburn Oaks Farm in Notasulga, AL. to raise money for Log-A-Load in support of the Children’s Miracle...
Group with Dr. Patricia Wright

Students get firsthand look at the role of forests in human livelihood and health in Africa

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Students embarking on a recent study-abroad course, The Role of Forests in Human Livelihood and Health in Africa, explored landscapes and interacted with people and wildlife in South Africa and...
SFWS building sign on street and building behind

High-Tech and Business Savvy: A New Look at Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

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Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences is on the national forefront in bringing new career options to students interested in forests, wildlife, and the environment. These careers require...
Jim Armstrong with his family.

Auburn’s James Armstrong retires as professor emeritus after distinguished career in wildlife sciences

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Auburn University Professor and Alabama Extension Wildlife Specialist James Armstrong retired recently as professor emeritus after a distinguished 29-year career. Armstrong began his career at Auburn as an assistant professor...
Chad Manlove ’98 is managing director of development for Ducks Unlimited’s southern region.

Limitless opportunities: Auburn alumni fly high in top leadership roles at Ducks Unlimited

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From the director of conservation operations to the national director of event fundraising, Ducks Unlimited is colored orange and blue. With five Auburn University alumni holding leadership positions, the nonprofit...
Event sponsors, Hunter Grimes and David Padgett of First South Farm Credit, shown with Dean Janaki Alavalapati (center).

Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences connecting with alumni and friends from across the state

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The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences is reaching out to connect with its alumni and friends from across the state. Over the summer, the school hosted three...
Frank Walburn, Outstanding Alumnus 2019

Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences honors Regions Bank executive Frank Walburn as Outstanding Alumnus

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The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences has recognized Frank Walburn, Regions Bank senior vice president of natural resources and real estate, as its Outstanding Alumnus of the...