FEWL Academy visits with Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey.

Auburn School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences creates academy to foster student leadership

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The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University has established a new initiative called the Forest, Environment and Wildlife Leadership, or FEWL, Academy to create future leaders. Dean...
Westervelt Rising Senior Award in Wildlife presented by Brent Shaver to Olivia Wilkes

SFWS honors faculty, staff and students during 2019 awards celebration

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The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences honored exemplary students during its annual Student Awards Celebration held on April 10. Through the generosity of the school's alumni and friends, 16...
Chris Derrick shown during a lab test for Sitka apparel.

Meet Alumnus, Chris Derrick ’01

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Chris Derrick '01 Forestry Biography Chris Derrick, a 2001 Forestry graduate, is product line manager of the Whitetail Deer Division of Sitka Gear, a sporting goods and apparel company based...
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School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences now offering One Health online graduate certification

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Auburn University is offering individuals the opportunity to earn an online graduate certificate in One Health, a program that emphasizes the integration of human, veterinary and environmental sciences. The program is...
Dry bed and deer at Moore's Mill Creek

Auburn professor and team discover breakthrough climate process that will improve society’s ability to prepare and mitigate effects of long-term drought

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Sanjiv Kumar, assistant professor in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University, led a team of researchers who recently discovered soil-moisture re-emergence, a phenomenon that experts say...
American black bear mother and cubs

SFWS Professor Todd Steury receives $1.1 million grant to study bear cub survival in Alabama

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A project that examines the denning behavior of Alabama’s black bear population and its impact on reproduction and cub survival has received a $1.1 million grant from the Alabama Department...
hanqin tian shown with faculty and graduate students at sfws library

Auburn professor to serve as a member of the international Global Carbon Project steering committee and co-lead the 2019 greenhouse gas report to the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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Auburn University Professor Hanqin Tian was recently chosen as one of 12 scientists selected to serve as members of the scientific steering committee of the Global Carbon Project, an international project affiliated...
Cross laminated timber markets, a panel dicsussion

Auburn panel discussion to explore growth of cross-laminated timber markets

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The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will host “Cross-Laminated Timber Markets: A Panel Discussion” on Wednesday, Feb. 27, from 3-4 p.m. The school is inviting the public...
Barred owl seen recently at the KPNC.

Birding gets a boost at the Kreher Preserve and Nature Center

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Staff and volunteers at the Kreher Preserve and Nature Center are working hard to build a number of new houses and habitats for the countless birds that frequent the 120-acre outdoor forest....