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FORESTRY ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT


The Department of Wildland Resources

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Forest ecology and management students work to gain the knowledge and skills needed to manage public or private forests for a wide variety of resources such as timber, recreation, water and biological diversity. This degree program focuses on providing future foresters with the broadest possible understanding of the biological, physical, economic, political, and social environment that they will work in as forestry professionals.

Current students are encouraged to visit the Wildland Resources Department homepage for current news and information or the Wildland Resources Department's Undergraduate Programs homepage for additional information.

Shelly Kotynek

ACADEMIC ADVISOR


Shelly Kotynek

NR 120
435.797.2473

shelly.kotynek@usu.edu

Shelly brings years of experience in academic advising, and her love for the outdoors to help students succeed in their educations and future careers.

  • Semester-by-semester planning
  • Connecting with clubs
  • Changing your major
  • Academic success resources
Jim Long

FACULTY ADVISOR


Dr. Jim Long

NR 326

james.long@usu.edu Directory Listing
  • Career planning
  • Graduate school planning
  • Undergraduate research opportunities
  • Selecting degree program electives