At the SEFS Graduation Celebration on Friday, June 10, we honored and bid farewell to an incredibly talented group of graduates—including 91-year-old Greg Lambert, who received his long-awaited Master of Forestry! SEFS alumnus Phil Rigdon (’96, B.S.) gave the keynote address, Allison Rossman and Stephen Calkins delivered great student speeches, and we reveled in the proud, boisterous energy of a packed house in Kane Hall.
If you’d like to recapture the fun of the day’s festivities—and also download any photos you’d like to keep—then check out our graduation photo gallery!
All photos © SEFS.
The 10th Annual Graduate Student Symposium (GSS) begins bright and early this Friday morning, March 8! It’s an all-day affair from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. in the Forest Club Room, so come early and stick around if you can.
The event kicks off with breakfast and presentations from this year’s panelists, and we are excited to welcome Dale Blahna, a research social scientist with the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Phil Rigdon, deputy director of natural resources with the Yakama Nation; and Laura Six, a plant ecologist working in international environmental research with Weyerhaeuser.
Following the panel discussions, we will have the main event: our graduate student presentations, along with some special activities this year to celebrate 10 years of GSS. The theme is The Future of Forestry (which of course includes natural resource management, environmental science and the full range of the work we do here at SEFS).
We invite you to join us, relax, enjoy yourself and catch as many sessions as you can. We will be serving a pizza lunch at noon along with the poster presentations. Check out a tentative schedule of events, and we hope to see on Friday!