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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...
Auburn Assistant Professor Maria Soledad Peresin, left, and graduate students Diego Gómez Maldonado and Maria Celeste Iglesias use a Masuko Supermasscolloider to produce nanocellulose fibers.

Auburn forestry professor, doctoral students tapped to organize international nanocellulose conference in Japan

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Maria Soledad Peresin, assistant professor of forest biomaterials in the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, is serving as co-chair of the scientific committee for the International Conference...
Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences doctoral student Kayleigh Chalkowski takes samples of soil-borne parasites at a cat colony feeding site in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Auburn University study on viruses spread by outdoor domestic cats drawing national attention

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An Auburn University study on viruses spread by cats is gaining national attention after it showed that cats allowed to roam freely outdoors are 2.77 times more likely to have...
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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...