Diverse perspectives in forestry video provides insight into the importance of diversity within the college community.
“Rot: The Afterlife of Trees” will show the artwork of artists inspired by Dr. Mark Harmon’s research and the phenomenon of tree decomposition, and what happens after a tree “dies.”
The 2016 Starker Lecture will address the “new normal” of living with fire, and will offer individuals, neighborhoods, and communities useful information and strategies for living in a changing environment.
Click this link to check out a video on our amazing living laboratory: the College Research Forests.
The French Connection
Exchanges help students study renewable materials, wood science, and engineering.
Bonding Wood and Family Trees
Professor John Nairn is utilizing modeling software to tackle multiple needs.
Tree Sleuths Tackle a Local Mystery
Crowdfunding aims to crack “The Case of the Willamette Valley Quaking Aspens"
Hands-on Learning ExperienceForestry students go into the woods at field school.
Respect, Creativity, and FairnessOSU alum shares his leadership philosophy as Deputy Forest Supervisor of the Fremont-Winema
The College of Forestry Sharpens the Way it Tackles Tough Problems
All around the TownUrban forestry at OSU explores the science of greener, healthier cities.
Making Time CountRenewable Materials student Camille Moyers maximizes time and opportunities while building toward her dream career.
Oregon State ranks ninth worldwide in forestry and agriculture
Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering
Recreation Resource Management
Tourism & Outdoor Leadership
Sustainable Forest Management
Forest Ecosystems & Society
Wood Science & Engineering