Graduate Studies

Graduate Studies

The College of Forestry at Oregon State University (OSU) enjoys a century-long reputation as a leader in forestry research, teaching, and extended education.  Currently the College has about 190 graduate students, including approximately 35 international students from all over the world.  The College offers graduate degrees in four distinct areas, administered by three separate departments. About 75 faculty members teach at the graduate level, and the College employs more than 300 faculty, staff, and support personnel. In addition, we manage about 14,000 acres of College Forests, most of it within minutes of campus.   

CoF News

OSU’s Starker Lecture Series to focus on Douglas-fir

Oregon State University’s annual Starker Lecture Series will focus this year on the Pacific Northwest’s most iconic tree – the Douglas-fir – which had its first major planting 100 years ago.(more)

OSU College of Forestry sports a "nearly 100% job placement rate"

An inside look at the Forest Engineering and Management Program from KVAL news, the program has a nearly 100 percent job placement rate.(more)

Did a Monstrous Prehistoric Flood Seed Oregon’s Mystery Trees?

Led by forestry professor Steve Strauss, a team of researchers is out to prove that these aspens were transported hundreds of miles to the Willamette Valley via the Missoula Floods, the ice age deluge that raced across Eastern Washington from Montana, emptying more than 15 times the combined... (more)

Graduate Program Announcements

Apr 16, 2015

If you have access to Blackboard, you have access a new resource.  Professional Skills for Graduate Students is a new Blackboard “organization” brought to you by the folks at Ecampus and the CoF Office of Graduate Programs. Module 1:  Presentation Resources includes: Prep for WFGRS PowerPoint Tips Presenting Data/Statistics Delivery Check out Module 1 today! Instructions:  Professional   (more...)

Apr 16, 2015

The Department of Environmental and Plant Biology at Ohio University invites applications for a 9-month VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR position beginning August 15, 2015. The successful candidate would be expected to contribute to the undergraduate and graduate educational mission of the department. Teaching responsibilities will include preparation and teaching of upper-level undergraduate/graduate courses in Soil Properties   (more...)

Apr 16, 2015

Post Doc Opportunity – Understanding agents of change on the Colorado Plateau to facilitate collaborative adaptation The USGS Southwest Biological Science Center is recruiting for a research position to study the interactions of climate and land-use change, economics, and ecosystem ecology. This is a full time, contract position (one year with possibility of extension). Applicant   (more...)