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International Programs News

Go Abroad in 2017!

The destinations for the 2017 Faculty-led programs are posted! 

This year, CoF will go to Alpine Europe, Borneo, Italy, and Chile. For more information about these exciting programs, click here

Get an Inside Look at the Chile Initiative

In pursuit of further internationalization within the College of Forestry, several OSU professors have teamed up with Chilean university, industry, and research partners to complete projects under the Chile Initiative. These projects will strengthen OSU's connection with Chile and even create opportunities for students and researchers to study abroad. To get an inside look into the international research that is being done at OSU with the Chile Initiative, click the link below.

CoF's Blogs Page

CoF has created a new website where future and current travelers can access travel and safety tips, public forums with past CoF travelers, and firsthand accounts of student expereinces abroad. Click the link below to visit our new website to prepare for upcoming journeys or simply explore the international opportunities that the College of Forestry has to offer. 

Our blogs page contains the past and current blogs of CoF students who have traveled across the globe, so whether you are interested in keeping up to date with travelers from past years or are curious to learn about the type of adventures that can be found in a specific country, our new Blogs page is a place worth visiting. 

If you have any questions about traveling abroad with the College of Forestry, email Michele Justice at .

Francisca Belart and Sukhyun Joo are international students pursuing their PhDs in Forestry at OSU

Francisca Belart is a PhD student from Chile in Sustainable Forest Management at Oregon State University

Sukhyun Joo is a PhD student from South Korea in Sustainable Forest Management at Oregon State University with a focus on Forest Biometrics. 

Check out their student stories to learn more about what drove them towards a career in forestry, and why they chose Oregon State University to pursue their PhD.

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