OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

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Hands-on Learning Experience

by Bryan Bernart

Jim Kiser arrived at his alma mater just in time to begin a new old tradition at the College of Forestry—and one that is deeply rooted in the past: field school. Kiser, who earned his doctorate in forest science at OSU in 2009, returned to teach in the Department...

Respect, Creativity, and Fairness

by Bryan Bernart - This article originally appeared in the Spring 2015 issue of Focus

To visit the Fremont-Winema National Forest is to understand the meaning of the word “...

All around the Town

by Bryan Bernart

When you think of a classic American metropolis, what images come immediately to mind? Metallic, yellow taxicabs weaving through downtown streets? Concrete skyscrapers, cold and still, stretching ever upward? A good start, but it’s missing something important....

Making Time Count

by Bryan Bernart

Many undergraduate students are satisfied completing only one degree and using their out-of-class hours for recreation. Not Camille Moyers. The 22-year-old senior studying both...

Faculty Profile: Sara Robinson

Sara (Seri) Robinson uses fungi to create art. Actually, she creates art through spalting, the coloration of wood caused by a fungus. One of the newest members of the College of Forestry (CoF), Seri is the Assistant Professor for Anatomy of Renewable Materials (RM) within the Wood Science &...

Student Profile: Amy Willmont in Costa Rica

I have had many incredible experiences here in the College of Forestry (CoF), but nothing compares to the opportunities that I have had to study abroad. The CoF recognizes how incredibly life changing studying abroad is to a college student, and makes every effort to provide its students with...

Student Profile: Elijah Wilson

Before attending the OSU College of Forestry (CoF),Elijah Wilson had never travelled abroad, did not speak Spanish and never thought that he could afford to study abroad. Originally from Cottage Grove, OR, Elijah knew that he wanted to go into a forestry and engineering related field in college...

Student Profile: Jake Thompson — Forest Operations Management

by Elijah Allensworth

For many students, the first major they declare is not always the same major they graduate with; for Jake Thompson, this was not the case. "I grew up always knowing that forestry was something I wanted to study and have a career in," he tells us. And it isn'...