The Student Council is comprised of the cabinet, the president of each departmental club, a representative elected from each departmental club, overall sophomore representative, and an overall freshmen representative. If you would like to purchase FNR Merchandise contact the Student Council Officers.
The Council’s purpose is to promote coordination and cooperation among students, student organizations and faculty in the Department of Forestry & Natural Resources. It is composed of president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and representatives from each departmental student organization and the freshman and sophomore classes.
AFS promotes scientific research and enlightened management of resources for optimum use and enjoyment by the public. It also encourages a comprehensive education for fisheries scientists and continuing on-the-job training.
6:00 pm; Monday evenings, FPRD 105
FPS is a world leader in technical information transfer to further the socially beneficial use of wood and fiber resources. Society members represent a broad range of professional interests, including private and public research and development, industrial management and production, marketing, education, government, engineering, and consulting.
International Association for Society & Natural Resources (IASNR)
President: Evan Warner
Vice President: Andrew Bagnara
Information Officer: Liz Monell
Advisor: Dr. Linda Prokopy
IASNR is an organization committed to enhancing education via service to the community, promoting environmental stewardship, and promoting sustainable use of resources.
Office Hours with Advisor:
T and Th 9-11am (No meeting currently scheduled)Club email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this student organization is to advance the science, technology, education, and practice of urban forestry, arboriculture, and related fields and to use the knowledge and skill of the profession to benefit the members and society.
The mission of SAF is to advance the science, education, technology, and practice of forestry; to enhance the competency of its members; to establish professional excellence; and to use the knowledge, skills, and conservation ethic of the profession to ensure the continued health and use of forest ecosystems and the present and future availability of forest resources to benefit society.
6:00 pm, biweekly on Wednesdays, PFEN 103.
National Association For Interpretation (NAI) is now a division under TWS. For more information please use TWS's listed contacts.
The mission of TWS is to enhance the ability of wildlife professionals to conserve diversity, sustain productivity, and ensure responsible use of wildlife resources for the benefit of society.