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Study Abroad

Auburn University and the SFWS offer abundant opportunities for students to participate in study abroad experiences. The experiential knowledge gained through study abroad is widely known to offer students a host of benefits that contribute to personal growth, improved skills, and enhanced academic learning and performance. According to the Graduate Management Admission Council, international experiences are pivotal for broadening a student’s aptitude for cross-cultural communications, understanding global challenges, and developing leadership skills that will equate to advanced career opportunities.

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Student Clubs and Organizations

Create your own unique Auburn experience by joining a student club, society or organization. Choose from major-specific honors and professional societies, service and philanthropy organizations, and special interest club. They’ll help you to make friends, establish social and professional networks, gain real-world and volunteer experience and build your leadership skills.

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Student Events

While a student in the School of Forestry and Wildlife you can take part in school-sponsored activities, academic programs, and student club service projects and social events. These are great opportunities to meet new people, build leadership skills, network with alumni and friends, and truly enjoy the Auburn Family!

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Volunteer Opportunities

In addition to gaining service hours, volunteering within the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences is an excellent way for students to develop new friendships, enhance their leadership skills, build their resumes, and network with future employers and industry professionals. In addition to the many volunteer opportunities available with student clubs and organizations, students can gain valuable hands-on experience in their chosen field.

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Leadership and Career Development

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences offers many opportunities for students to build their social and professional networks, develop new skills and leadership abilities, and broaden their life view with exposure to new ideas and perspectives through school sponsored social and career-building events and service as members of student clubs and organizations. In addition to supporting professional growth, these activities help students to develop their character and social skills, which will help them to be more successful in life and in their careers.

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Undergraduate Research

Drawing from nine research centers and the expertise of its faculty, SFWS offers state-of-the-art labs, expansive field sites, and cutting-edge technological resources to prepare students for their careers. As graduates, students emerge ready to apply invaluable classroom and hands-on learning experiences to real-world scenarios, giving them the competitive edge to flourish within the global marketplace.

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