Scott Hinch awarded Certificate of Achievement

Congratulations to Scott Hinch on receiving the annual Certificate of Achievement from the Washington-British Columbia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society in March 2014.

Congratulations to Rob Kozak, winner of the 2014 Killam Teaching Prize

Dr. Robert Kozak, head of the Department of Wood Science, will receive the Killam Teaching Prize in Forestry for the 2013-14 academic year.

Researchers design trees that make it easier to produce pulp

Researchers design trees that make it easier to produce pulp

Fewer chemicals, less energy and fewer environmental pollutants will be needed to produce paper and biofuel.

Three Forestry professors recognized for achievements

Three Forestry professors recognized for achievements

The Faculty of Forestry becomes the first institution in the history of the IUFRO awards to have 3 recipients in the same year.

Mitchell awarded prestigious silviculture prize

Mitchell awarded prestigious silviculture prize

Dr. Mitchell receives the award in recognition of his paper entitled Wind as a natural disturbance agent in forests: a synthesis.

Celebrating International Day of Forests 2014

Celebrating International Day of Forests 2014

Celebrate with us! Friday, March 21, 2014 UBC Forest Sciences Centre, 2424 Main Mall, Vancouver FORESTRY’s OPEN HOUSE – Everyone is welcome! – 9 am to 9 pm: Forest film marathon, playing every hour on the hour – 10:30 am: Continuing Legacy: tree planting ceremony with Forestry’s Graduating Class of 2014 and Honourable Amrik Virk, […]

Hamish Kimmins appointed to Order of Canada

Hamish Kimmins appointed to Order of Canada

In recognition of his contributions as an ecologist promoting environmental sustainability …

Faculty of Forestry is Part of Reconciliation

Faculty of Forestry is Part of Reconciliation

UBC will suspend classes on Sept 18, 2013 for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada National Event.

How I spent my summer vacation

How I spent my summer vacation

A field course in India taught Joanna Lee the challenges of conservation in the developing world.

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