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.
Graduate Program Announcements
MOUNTAIN FOREST MANAGEMENT IN A CHANGING WORLD High Tatra Mountains, Slovakia 7-9 July 2015 Conference themes: • Potentials and limitations of current management approaches to provide multiple ecosystem services • Climate change impacts on ecosystem service provisioning in mountain forests • Disturbance regimes in mountain forests and implications for ecosystem services • Alternative management (more...)
Post-doctoral research associate examining amphibian and insect diversity of black ash wetlands threatened by emerald ash borer The University of Minnesota, Department of Forest Resources and the U.S. Forest Service Northern Research Station are seeking a postdoctoral scientist to contribute to research assessing the impacts of emerald ash borer (EAB) on the biodiversity of black (more...)
Tenure Track Faculty Positions in Climate Change at University of New Hampshire (1) Agricultural Engineering (2) Environmental Economics (3) Quantitative Ecology (4) Forest Ecosystem Health The UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA) seeks to hire four new tenure‐track assistant professors with demonstrated interests and expertise in diverse areas of the agricultural and ecological (more...)