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Austin Childree observes fire fueled by underbrush in the WildFIRE laboratory apparatus.

Fired up: Auburn University researchers studying how controlled burns could help mitigate effects of wildfires

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The news is often filled with stories about wildfires and the widespread damage caused when they burn out of control. A combustion expert in Auburn University’s Department of Aerospace Engineering…

Charles Barkley Foundation’s gifts support diversity in graduate education in SFWS

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The Charles Barkley Foundation recently made major gifts to Auburn University, including the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, to strengthen the university’s relationships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities,…

Join us in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

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  Greetings to our Auburn Family, It is my pleasure to announce the 75th Anniversary Celebration of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University!  Today, the School will…
Chalkowski stands on a balcony in front a forested mountain landscape.

Auburn researcher makes significant discoveries in scope of disease, parasite spread by feral cats

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Kayleigh Chalkowski, a doctoral student in the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, is leading a research study that’s making important discoveries about the scope of disease caused…