India: OSU graduate Rajat Panwar near the Taj Mahal

Spain:  Acorns of cork oak (Quercus suber), near Plasencia, Extremadura Region of Spain

Spain:  Bark recently harvested from cork oak (Quercus suber) near Ronda, Spain

African Agroforestry Project

Mexico: logging in Michoacan

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The College of Forestry at Oregon State University is at the forefront of international issues in forestry and natural resource management. Many of the College faculty and students are active in research, outreach, and education at locations spread across the world. Information and links on this page provide a look at some of the activities and collaborations with which the College is involved.

Sky Lan from Taiwan receives first Women-in-Science Scholarship

FES PhD candidate Sky Lan has just won the Women In Science scholarship through the Tree Foundation! This scholarship will assist Sky as she learns about forest canopy ecology here at OSU, and will propel her towards her eventual goal of sharing the beauty and complexity of Taiwan's forests with researchers around the world.

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