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  • Title: School of Environmental and Forest Sciences :: Home
    Descriptive info: .. About the School.. People.. Academic Programs.. Courses.. Research.. Outreach.. Centers Programs.. Support SEFS.. SEFS Tools.. School Profile.. Director's Message.. Director's Office.. Diversity.. Alumni.. Visiting Committee.. Facilities Maps.. News Events.. Employment Opportunities.. Faculty.. Staff.. Graduate Students.. Organizations.. Undergraduate Students.. Graduate Applicants.. Advising.. Student Study Resources.. Scholarships and Financial Aid.. Graduation.. Links.. Overview.. Undergraduate.. Graduate.. Research Labs.. Funded Research Projects.. Center Research.. Cool Research Pages.. UW Research.. Denman Lecture Series.. Publications.. Support the School.. Director's Club.. Committees.. Computer Resources.. Forms.. Meeting Rooms.. Organization Charts.. Policies Procedures.. Internal Calendar.. Recognition Event.. Parking.. Our School, established as one of the first natural resource programs in the country, has been "creating futures since 1907.. " On July 1, 2009, the College of Forest Resources became the School of Forest Resources within the University of Washington's new College of the Environment, and on January 1, 2012 the School became the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.. Our vision is to provide world class, internationally recognized knowledge and leadership for environmental and natural resource issues.. Our programs focus on the sustainable development of products from natural resources and the sustainable management of environments that include wilderness and park-like ecosystems, intensively managed planted forests, and urban environments.. Our new name acknowledges the  ...   'Music of Trees'.. SEFS faculty member Fernando Resende to study the.. Pine Beetle Problem.. creating millions of acres of unusable biomass.. Attend the SEFS.. Wildlife Seminar.. ; The public is welcome!.. Read the.. Strategic Vision for the Institute of Forest Resources.. presented by IFR Director, Bruce Bare.. Denman Forestry Issues Spring Lecture.. "Role of Forests and Forest Products in Carbon Mitigation and Energy Independence".. now available online.. More SEFS in the News.. The winners of the 2012 SEFS Student Video Contest have just been announced! First prize, of $500, was awarded to Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest Research Assistants Paul Fischer, Rhiannon Fox, and Kate Galligan McBurney for their lighthearted and informative video highlighting education, research and public engagement at Pack Forest.. Second prize winner is undergraduate Sienna Hiebert for her video on forest forensics, and third prize winner is PhD candidate Lloyd Nackley for his video on a bioenergy and ecological restoration research project.. The student competition, in its first year, was created to enhance SEFS’s image and increase public awareness of the School’s contributions to the state of Washington and beyond.. All three videos can be seen.. HERE.. SEFS Home.. Calendar.. Contact Us.. UW Home.. UW Directories.. PRIVACY.. TERMS.. CoEnv Home..

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  • Title: About the School :: School Profile
    Descriptive info: Historical Timeline.. Mission:.. The School of Environmental and Forest Sciences is dedicated to generating and disseminating knowledge for the stewardship of natural and managed environments and the sustainable use of their products and services through teaching, research and outreach.. Vision:.. The School of Environmental and Forest Sciences will provide world class, internationally recognized knowledge and leadership for environmental and natural resource issues.. Core Values:.. Open communication, respect, accountability, excellence.. Established in 1907 as one of the oldest units on the University of Washington campus and one of the original natural resource programs in the country, our vision is to provide world class, internationally recognized knowledge and leadership for environmental and natural resource issues.. School teaching, research, and outreach programs focus on the integrating theme of sustainability in natural and managed environments that include wilderness and park-like ecosystems, intensively managed planted forests, and urban ecosystems.. Our academic niche at the University of Washington is to study the key principles and processes that explain the behavior and interaction of biotic and social systems along gradients from urban to wildland settings.. We study human-influenced natural resource and environmental systems through an interdisciplinary approach in collaboration with our campus and external partners.. The College of Forest Resources became the School of Forest Resources, a founding unit within the College of the Environment on July 1, 2009.. Our graduates.. are leaders in natural resources and public and private land management throughout the state, the region, the nation, and around the world.. The management of natural resources for products and environmental services is vital to political, social, and economic decisions made every day by leaders and citizens and is a key element in our state and regional economy.. As faculty members in universities throughout the country, our graduates are educating the next generation of leaders in natural resources and environmental issues.. Our faculty.. research topics of global importance, including fire ecology, ecological restoration, invasive and endangered species, bioresource science, urban sustainability, climate change, forest health, pulp and paper processing, health/ environment interactions, and natural resources policy.. Committed to the integration of teaching and research, they provide students with real-world experience and hands-on learning in our Pacific Northwest urban-to-wildland laboratory.. Our academic programs.. use the array of biological-social interactions in the Pacific Northwest as a learning environment for problem-based, interdisciplinary inquiry.. We offer undergraduate programs in environmental science and resource management (ESRM) and bioresource science and engineering (BSE).. Graduate study areas include environmental horticulture and urban forestry, forest ecology, forest soils, bioresource science and engineering, restoration ecology, social sciences, sustainable resource management, and wildlife science.. Our outreach.. and technical  ...   Union Bay Natural Area.. , the.. Elisabeth C.. Miller Librar.. y, and the 230-acre.. Washington Park Arboretum.. managed in conjunction with the City of Seattle.. Faculty and Staff:.. 40 teaching faculty, 4 research faculty, 98 staff (includes research and scientific).. Students (academic year 2011-2012):.. total.. undergraduate.. graduate.. Class.. 519.. 352.. 167.. women.. men.. Gender.. 254.. 265.. The School's Centers of Excellence.. The.. Center for International Trade in Forest Products.. , leading research on the changing character of global trade, secondary manufacturing options for the forest products sector, and environmental tradeoffs.. The.. Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest.. , discovering, teaching, and demonstrating the concepts of sustainable forestry and providing services such as forest certification consulting and technology transfer.. Olympic Natural Resources Center.. , engaged in teaching and research about forest and marine management that balances sustainable commodity production with the maintenance of ecological systems.. University of Washington Botanic Gardens.. , comprising the Center for Urban Horticulture providing research and extensive public service programs about environmental horticulture and urban forestry, the.. , a 230-acre urban green space that is a dynamic, living museum with internationally known collections of oaks, conifers, camellias, Japanese maples and hollies, and the 60-acre.. Research cooperatives in.. stand management.. and in.. precision forestry.. develop new ways to make forests more productive and forestry processes more efficient, including technology transfer to rural timber-dependent communities.. The School participates in a global network on forest health, studying the toll of acid rain, ozone depletion, and climate change on the world's forests, is a pioneer in tree nutrition, and is developing strong programs in phytoremediation, the use of plants in the cleanup and restoration of contaminated sites, and bioresource sciences, researching sustainable bio-based products and sources of energy that better serve society.. An urban ecology initiative studies interactions between humans and ecological processes in urbanizing environments.. Northwest Environmental Forum.. brings together decision makers and stakeholders to apply science and policy to critical environmental and natural resources management challenges.. The School has strong partnerships with Washington State University, the USDA Forest Service, and the USDI National Park Service and U.. Geological Survey that include courtesy and joint faculty appointments and collaborative research on climate change, landscape and quantitative ecology, management and stewardship of the nation's public lands, and forest and plant health.. Leadership.. is provided by Director Tom DeLuca.. The School is committed to diversity, promoting respect for the rights and privileges of others, and the understanding and appreciation of human differences.. Director Tom DeLuca.. School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.. University of Washington.. Box 352100.. Seattle, WA 98195-2100.. 206-543-2730.. www.. sefs.. washington.. edu..

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  • Title: Teaching and Research Faculty
    Descriptive info: Centers & Programs.. Facilities & Maps.. News & Events.. UW Office of Research.. Meetings Rooms.. Policies & Procedures.. FACULTY.. The School is organized into a single faculty headed by a Director.. The faculty of the School is responsible for maintaining undergraduate and graduate curricula.. The faculty operates under a set of.. bylaws.. The list on this page contains only current SEFS.. teaching and research faculty.. Follow the links below for other lists:.. Adjunct Faculty.. Affiliate Faculty.. Emeritus Faculty.. All Faculty.. If you don't find the person you are looking for, check the.. UW Directory.. The Seattle campus is located in area code 206.. The UW uses the prefixes 543, 685, 221, 616, and 897.. When dialing within the UW, use only the last five digits.. Please send corrections of faculty and staff listings to the.. Webmaster.. Online Directory of Permanent Faculty.. Online Directory of Permanent Faculty and Staff.. Online Directory of All Employees.. Printable Condensed Phone List.. TEACHING AND RESEARCH FACULTY.. Allan, G.. Graham.. Professor.. Bloedel 304 | 206-543-1491 |.. create@u.. edu.. Fiber composites; Polymer science;Creativity and innovation; Controlled release systems.. Alvarado, Ernesto.. Research Associate Professor.. Bloedel 332 | 206-616-6920 |.. alvarado@u.. Wildland fire science; Fire ecology and management; Combustion and fire behavior; Carbon emissions; Fire and climate change; Quantitative modeling; International forestry.. http://faculty.. edu/alvarado.. Asah, Stanley.. Assistant Professor.. Anderson 201 | 206-685-4960 |.. stasah@u.. Human dimensions of natural resource management; Human environment systems analyses; Environmental social psychology.. Bakker, Jonathan.. Associate Professor.. Merrill 36 | 206-221-3864 |.. jbakker@u.. Ecological restoration; Sustainable ecosystem management.. edu/jbakker/.. Bare, Bruce.. Dean Emeritus and Professor / Director Institute of Forest Resources.. Anderson 123D | 206-685-0878 |.. bare@u.. Forest management and economics, forest valuation, timber taxation, timber and timberland appraisal, management science, planning, forest policy, and decision support systems.. edu/bare/.. Bolton, Susan.. Bloedel 244 | 206-685-7651 |.. sbolton@u.. Surface water hydrology; Watershed management; Water quality.. Bradley, Gordon.. Bloedel 282 | 206-685-0881 |.. gbradley@u.. Forest land use planning; Impact assessment; Conservation area planning; Urban ecology and urban forestry.. Brown, Sally.. Bloedel 203 | 206-616-1299 |.. slb@u.. In situ remediation of soils; Use of biosolids; Phytoremediation of heavy metals.. edu/slb/.. Bura, Renata.. Bloedel 344 | 206-616-2179 |.. renatab@u.. Bioconversion of lignocellulosic biomass; Biomaterials from lignin and plant components.. http://depts.. edu/sfrbbl/.. DeLuca, Thomas.. Professor and Director.. Anderson 102 | 206-685-1928 |.. deluca@u.. Forest soils; Sustainable resource management.. Doty, Sharon.. Winkenwerder 205 | 206-616-6255 |.. sldoty@u.. Phytoremediation; Plant biotechnology.. edu/sldoty/.. Duggan, Jennifer.. Research Associate.. Winkenwerder 209 | 206-685-4367 |.. jduggan@uw.. Wildlife biology; Habitat modeling.. Eastin, Ivan.. Professor/Director, CINTRAFOR.. Anderson 123J | 206-543-1918 |.. eastin@u.. Marketing strategies and international trade of forest products; Marketing of lesser-known timber species.. Ettl, Gregory.. Associate Professor/Director, Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest.. Pack Forest | 206-616-4120 |.. ettl@u.. Sustainable forestry;  ...   nutrition; mineral cycling; long-term forest productivity; organic waste utilization; carbon sequestration.. http://soilslab.. cfr.. edu/Rob_Harrison/RobCV.. html.. Heinrichs, Julie.. jheinrx@uw.. Wildlife science; Animal populations.. Hodgson, Kevin.. Bloedel 318 | 206-543-7346 |.. hodgson@u.. Surface and colloid science of papermaking; Secondary fiber recycling.. Kane, Van.. Winkenwerder 208 | 206-221-9034 |.. vkane@u.. Ecosystem science; Forest structure.. Kim, Soo-Hyung.. Merrill 37 | 206-616-4971 |.. soohkim@u.. Plant ecophysiology; Urban plant science; Environmental horticulture; Quantitative modeling.. edu/soohkim/.. Lawler, Joshua.. Anderson 202 | 206-685-4367 |.. jlawler@u.. Landscape ecology; Conservation biology.. edu/landecol/index.. Marzluff, John.. Anderson 123E | 206-616-6883 |.. corvid@u.. Wildlife-habitat relationships; Avian social ecology and demography.. McGuire, Jennifer.. jennymcg@uw.. Evolutionary biology/ecology.. Moskal, L.. Monika.. Bloedel 334 | 206-221-6391 |.. lmmoskal@uw.. Remote sensing; Biospatial analysis.. edu/lmmoskal/.. Naiman, Robert.. Fisheries | |.. naiman@u.. Riparian ecology; Joint appointment, primary appointment in College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences.. edu/naiman/.. Nogeire, Theresa.. nogeire@uw.. Landscape ecology; Wildlife conservation; Agroecosystems.. Paun, Dorothy.. Bloedel 396 | 206-685-9467 |.. dap@u.. Triple bottom line sustainability performance assessment (financial, environmental, and corporate social responsibility).. http://courses.. edu/sustains/.. Perez-Garcia, John.. Anderson 123C | 206-685-2315 |.. perjohm@u.. Trade analysis and modeling of forest sector.. Rabotyagov, Sergey.. Anderson 123G | 206-685-3159 |.. rabotyag@u.. Environmental economics; Applied econometrics.. Reichard, Sarah.. Professor/Director, UW Botanic Gardens.. Merrill 32 | 206-616-5020 |.. reichard@u.. Biology of invasive organisms; Reintroduction of rare species; Rare plant preservation.. edu/reichard/.. Resende, Fernando.. Bloedel 290 | 206-221-1580 |.. fresende@u.. Conversion of biomass into energy; Renewable energy.. Richardson, Jeffrey.. Anderson 302 | |.. jeffjr@u.. Remote sensing and GIS analysis.. Richey, Jeffrey.. Oceanography | |.. jrichey@u.. Quantitative problems/Aquatic systems; Joint appointment; Primary appointment in College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences.. ocean.. edu/people/faculty/jrichey.. u.. Ryan, Clare.. Anderson 123H | 206-616-3987 |.. cmryan@u.. Environmental policy; Urban ecology and management; Conflict management.. Schiess, Peter.. Bloedel 382 | 206-543-1583 |.. schiess@u.. Forest engineering; Harvest and transportation planning; Forest road design and construction; Mechanical harvest operations.. Sprugel, Douglas.. Winkenwerder 16 | 206-543-2040 |.. sprugel@u.. Conifer canopies; Shoot structure and function; Subalpine forests; Natural disturbance.. Strand, Stuart.. Plant Lab Annex | 206-543-5350 |.. sstrand@u.. Phytoremediation; Joint apppointment; primary appointment in College of Engineering.. edu/sstrand/.. Toth, Sandor.. Bloedel 358 | 206-616-2738 |.. toths@u.. Natural resource informatics.. edu/toths/.. Turnblom, Eric.. Bloedel 232 | 206-543-2762 |.. ect@u.. Forest growth and yield modeling; Sampling and inventory; Biometrics.. Vogt, Daniel.. Bloedel 258 | 206-685-3292 |.. dvogt@u.. Soil and ecosystem ecology; Natural, disturbed, and sustainable ecosystems.. Vogt, Kristiina.. Bloedel 290 | 206-543-2765 |.. kvogt@u.. Linking social and natural science; Reserves; Conservation.. West, Stephen.. Anderson 123B | 206-685-7588 |.. sdwest@u.. Vertebrate ecology and conservation.. Wilsey, Chad.. cbwilsey@uw.. Landscape ecologyh.. Wirsing, Aaron.. Winkenwerder 101 | 206-543-1585 |.. wirsinga@u.. Wildlife science; Behavioral ecology; Predator-prey interaction.. edu/wirsinga/.. Zabowski, Darlene.. Bloedel 204 | 206-685-9550 |.. zabow@u.. Forest soils and soil genesis and classification; Biogeochemical cycling of forest soils.. D..

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  • Title: SEFS Academic Programs :: Undergraduate Students
    Descriptive info: UNDERGRADUATE Students.. On This Page.. Undergraduate Majors.. Undergraduate Minors.. UW Admission.. Academic Preparation.. Declaring the Major.. Program Accreditation.. Additional Links.. Honors Program.. ESRM Capstone Projects.. UW Time Schedule.. Degree Audit Inquiry.. SEFS Student Services Blog.. Student and SEFS Organizations.. Career Resources.. Majors.. The School offers two undergraduate majors leading to the Bachelor of Science degree, Environmental Science and Resource Management and Bioresource Science and Engineering.. Scholarship support.. is widely available in both majors; nearly one-quarter of the School's students receive scholarships each year.. Both majors provide opportunities for internships, international study, and undergraduate research.. An.. honors program.. is available in both majors.. Environmental Science and Resource Management (ESRM).. major gives students interested in learning about natural and human-dominated landscapes a broad, flexible undergraduate science degree with an opportunity to select one of four program options or to design their own upper-division coursework.. ESRM is an open major (any student can declare).. ESRM is transfer friendly.. ESRM allows for over 50 free electives.. ESRM offers four transcripted options wildlife conservation; landscape ecology and conservation; sustainable forest management; and restoration ecology and environmental horticulture; or students can design their own upper-division coursework.. The sustainable forest management.. option can lead directly into an SAF-accredited Master of Forest Resources and/or can be used to satisfy the educational requirements of the.. SAF’s Candidate Certified Forester.. (CCF) title.. ESRM can easily combine with minors and double degrees.. Bioresource Science and Engineering (BSE).. major is designed for students seeking training in chemical and physical sciences and chemical engineering as applied to manufacturing fiber products, fuels, and chemicals from biomass resources.. It emphasizes the application of mathematics, chemistry, and engineering to paper and related bioresources-based industries.. BSE is an engineering program accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of.. ABET.. , 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012 - telephone: 410-347-7700..  ...   Science through the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, and the Office of Undergraduate Education.. It is recommended for students wanting to pursue graduate studies, especially in wildlife science.. All applicants to School of Environmental and Forest Sciences majors, both freshmen and transfers, must first apply to the UW, indicating their interest in the ESRM or BSE major on the application.. The following resources can help you apply to UW:.. Online Application.. Call the UW Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 206-543-9686.. International Student Admissions.. High School:.. Students are encouraged to have a strong math, science, and writing background in addition to the.. College Academic Distribution Requirements.. for admission to the UW.. Transfers:.. Students should consult the major requirements to determine courses for their first two years of study.. Transfer students should consult.. equivalency guides.. between UW and Washington community college courses, as well as the sample.. transfer program.. for the ESRM major.. UW applicants can write the ESRM major code on the UW application to be automatically admitted to ESRM.. Students can change to the ESRM major at any time after admission by scheduling an appointment with Student and Academic Services, 206-543-3077, to complete a Change of Major form.. UW applicants or students interested in the BSE major can apply online through the.. College of Engineering.. or contact Student and Academic Services,.. sefsadv@u.. , 206-543-3077, Anderson 116.. Students can evaluate current UW and transfer credit against the requirements for each major before declaring ESRM or applying to BSE by running a.. Degree Progress audit.. through MyUW.. Program Accreditation.. The BSE program is currently accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (.. ).. Forms.. ESRM 399 Internship Form.. ESRM Senior Capstone Information and Form.. Independent Study Course Form.. Undergraduate Course Substitution Petition.. SEFS Scholarship Application Form..

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  • Title: Courses :: Overview
    Descriptive info: Courses Overview.. The public is welcome to attend the.. Water Seminar.. (ESRM 429/SEFS 529), the.. Wildlife Science Seminar.. (ESRM 455/SEFS 554), both offered each Autumn, Winter, and Spring Quarters, and the Silviculture Seminar (SEFS 526), offered Winter Quarter.. Undergraduate Course Descriptions:.. Environmental Science and Resource Management.. (ESRM prefix).. Bioresource Science and Engineering.. (BSE prefix).. Graduate Course Descriptions:.. (SEFS prefix).. Course Schedules:.. ESRM Quarterly Course Schedule.. For questions regarding course schedules, please contact.. UW Course Resources:.. Student Course Evaluations.. UW Course Catalog.. Course Policies:.. Academic Integrity.. : Plagiarism, cheating, and other misconduct are  ...   cheating and plagiarism.. Any suspected cases of academic misconduct will be handled according to UW regulations.. More information, including definitions and examples, can be found at.. edu/grading/pdf/AcademicResponsibility.. pdf.. Disability Accommodations:.. To request academic accommodations due to a disability, contact Disabled Student Services, 448 Schmitz, 206-543-8924 (V/TTY).. If you have a letter from Disabled Student Services indicating that you have a disability which requires academic accommodations, present the letter to the instructor so that we can discuss the accommodations needed for the class.. Resources for Instructors:.. Resources for course instructors.. Field Trip Consent Form..

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  • Title: Research :: Research Overview
    Descriptive info: Research Overview.. The School's faculty, staff, and students engage in research for the discovery and dissemination of knowledge for the stewardship of natural and managed environments and the sustainable use of their products and services.. In support of its vision to provide world class, internationally recognized knowledge and leadership for environmental and natural resource issues, the School's research programs include funded research grants by individual faculty, interdisciplinary programs drawing on expertise from other UW academic units, and centers working on regional natural resources and environmental issues.. The School also collaborates with national and international research initiatives, consortiums, and programs, including:.. Center for Advanced Forestry Systems.. Climate Wizard..  ...   Research at the School is supported by Federal, State, and Local government, as well as private sources.. See.. funded research projects.. for abstracts of currently funded grants in the School s research interest groups.. The chart below shows current funding sources above $500,000.. Read the SEFS monthly.. Research Newsletter.. that records research opportunitites and proposals submitted and funded.. See the.. UW Libraries ResearchWorks Archive - CFR Collections.. for various papers, publications, and reports.. UW Libraries ResearchWorks Archive - Forestry Dissertations and Theses.. for archived dissertations and theses.. Look for information about research and technical transfer funded through.. centers and programs.. Visit some.. cool research pages.. at SEFS..

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  • Title: Outreach :: Educational Outreach
    Descriptive info: EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH.. The School offers outreach services through its interdisciplinary centers and programs, providing a broad array of continuing education, professional development, technology transfer, and public education programs.. Many events are accredited by professional organizations such as the Society of American Foresters.. Outreach and research centers of the School each develop their own calendar of activities.. They also coordinate to sponsor School-wide events, such as the.. Denman Forestry  ...   the.. events calendar.. and the.. Links to School Outreach Resources.. Center for International Trade in Forest Products (CINTRAFOR).. Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest.. Cooperative Ecosystem Study Unit (CESU).. Northwest Environmental Forum (NWEF).. Stand Management Cooperative (SMC).. UW Botanic Gardens and Washington Park Arboretum (WPA).. Wind River Field Station.. For more information, contact:.. Robert Edmonds.. Professor and Chair, Outreach Steering Committee.. email.. bobe@u.. ; FAX 206-685-309; PHONE 206-685-0953..

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  • Title: Centers and Programs
    Descriptive info: Centers and Programs.. Centers and cooperative programs offer unique opportunities for multi- and interdisciplinary inquiry.. The School administers five interdisciplinary centers, two of them jointly with other UW academic units.. Centers at the UW generally focus on research and outreach.. Although centers generally do not administer academic programs, they are an important resource for graduate and undergraduate student learning and research, including mentoring and funding for masters and PhD students.. Some programs, like the Stand Management Cooperative and the Precision Forestry Cooperative, are organized as research cooperatives, with members from private industry and government agencies.. Others are organized as consortia or networks, drawing  ...   Washington State University and with federal agencies.. The U.. Forest Service, the U.. Geological Survey, and the National Park Service have personnel housed at the School who hold courtesy faculty appointments.. Centers.. Center for Quantitative Science in Forestry, Fisheries, and Wildlife.. UW Botanic Gardens.. Center for Urban Horticulture, Elisabeth C.. Miller Library, Hyde Herbarium, Rare Plant Care and Conservation, Union Bay Natural Area, Washington Park Arboretum.. Programs.. Pacific Northwest Cooperative Ecosystems Study Unit.. Precision Forestry Cooperative.. Restoration Ecology Network.. Stand Management Cooperative.. Forest Service Fire and Mountain Ecology Lab.. Forest Service Forest Systems Engineering Cooperative.. Geological Survey Cascadia Field Station.. Wind River Field Station..

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  • Title: Support :: Support the School
    Descriptive info: SUPPORT THE SCHOOL.. The School of Environmental and Forest Sciences was proud to participate in.. Campaign UW: Creating Futures.. As part of this campaign, we pledged to raised $17.. 7 million by 2008.. Thanks to your support, we surpassed our goal, raising $21 million during the campaign.. With your help, we continue to raise additional funds for students, faculty, and programs!.. Give a gift to one of the priority funds listed below by visiting our.. online giving page.. Your generosity to the funds listed below, or to any other School gift fund, will make a difference in our community and our world, Your partnership with the School will help us  ...   School priorities.. This fund was previously known as the Forest Resources Enhancement Fund.. Forest Resources Scholarship Fund.. Provides support for students enrolled in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.. Friends of Pack Forest Fund.. Supports the training of students as well as the development and maintenance of academic programs and facilities at Pack Forest.. UW Botanic Gardens Director's Priorities.. Supports the most critical needs for the programs and gardens within the UW Botanic Gardens.. Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation Scholarship Fund.. Supports scholarship awards to students in Bioresource Science and Engineering in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.. For more information contact:.. Caroline Rosevear.. Email:.. rosevear@u.. Phone: 206-221-0562..

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  • Title: SEFS Tools :: Committees
    Descriptive info: Guidelines for Effective Meetings.. (Developed by Workplace Quality Committee).. Have written agenda for every meeting.. Begin and end on time.. Select monitor to keep meeting focused and on task.. Record, post, and file minutes for every meeting.. Solicit viewpoint of all committee members.. Make decisions on consensus or near-consensus basis.. Recap action plans.. Faculty Meetings.. Minutes.. Standing Committees and Councils.. Elected Committees.. Elected Faculty Advisory Council.. Elected Faculty PMT Committee.. Scholarship and Financial Aid Committee (undergraduate and graduate).. SEFS Curriculum Committee (undergraduate and graduate).. Computing and IT Committee.. External Relations and Communications Committee.. 2010-2011 Communications Plan.. (pdf).. New Research Group.. Planning Committee.. School Lands and Educational  ...   Collaborative Website.. Summary of Committee Activities and Accomplishments.. Annual Recognition Event Planning Committee.. Coordinated Research and Outreach Enterprise Committee.. (2012 Strategic Task #2).. Faculty Portfolio Analysis Committee (2012 Strategic Task #4).. Disbanded Committee Reports.. SFR Name Change Committee.. Final Report.. Volunteer Committee.. Report- March 10, 2010.. WA Natural Resource Agency Reform Committee.. Academic Programs Review Committee.. Budget Advisory Committee.. CFR Centers Review Committee.. Committee Charge.. -.. Curriculum Implementation Working Group.. Directions Steering Committee.. ESRM Undergraduate Recruitment Committee.. Final Report.. Futures Committee on Undergraduate Curricula.. SAF Accreditation Review Committee.. Self Evaluation 2006.. School of Forest Resources Organization Committee.. Undergraduate Curriculum Transformation Committee.. Archives.. View archived committee documents..

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  • Title: About the School :: Message From the Director
    Descriptive info: Director's Message - T.. H.. DeLuca.. Dear Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, Friends, and Colleagues:.. Welcome and warm greetings from the Director’s Office of the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences! My appointment as the inaugural director of the School marks a significant milestone in our transition into the College of the Environment.. While we are still realizing exactly what it means to function as part of the College, the step of appointing a director is finally complete.. Although the transition presented its share of challenges and obstacles, careful guidance on the part of emeritus Dean Bruce Bare and interim Directors Tom Hinckley and Steve West made this transition as smooth as possible.. Both natural ecosystems and human constructs constantly experience change.. The recent fire at Pack Forest reminds us that nothing is static and that change yields new opportunities.. Immediately following the fire several of us began discussing research and teaching opportunities availed by the fire.. Our inclusion into the College of the Environment represents a significant change and also an incredible opportunity to increase  ...   our students with the most current approaches to natural resource management and timber production and utilization.. From their efforts and from our ever expanding understanding of natural and managed landscapes, our approach and emphasis has evolved, but our objectives to provide students with the best possible education in natural resource sciences remain unchanged.. The students that graduate from our degree programs today leave the School with a unique and functional set of tools that equip them to take on a broad array of applied questions and challenges in a diversity of areas including conservation, forest management, bioengineering, and ecological restoration.. Their education is dependent upon the free exchange of ideas between individuals and groups that continues well beyond the granting of the degree.. In that spirit, I invite our alumni to contribute to the education of our current students as well as continue their own education by engaging with the School regularly.. I look forward to meeting each of you over the coming year.. Here is to our history and our future!.. September 24, 2012..

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