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Graduate Student Services

As human populations increase, the need for proactive conservation of species and ecosystems that are vital to our health and well-being increases as well. The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences seeks to balance quality of life and the sustainability of key natural resources such as forests, wildlife, and water; however, conflicts often occur and must be resolved dispassionately using the best scientific information available. Come join us as we address these conflicts. This is your opportunity to conduct research aimed at finding solutions to some of the most critical issues facing society.

We invite you to explore our website to learn about the school’s graduate degree programs, distance education and online learning opportunities, research foci and faculty, and student resources available to support your graduate study at Auburn University. For immediate questions about our graduate programs or for assistance in identifying a potential advisor or financial aid opportunities, please contact Dr. Graeme Lockaby or Audrey Grindle.

Graeme Lockaby

Assc. Dean of Research, McClure Professor, Wetland Biogeochemistry and Environmental Health

Office: 4333 / 3301

Audrey Grindle

Administrative Specialist II - Graduate Research

Office: 3201
Rebecca Masic

Rebecca Masic

Graduate Program Coordinator

Office: 3233