BSE students enjoy the benefits of small class sizes taught by a small number of faculty. With approximately 20 students in each year of the program, there is ample opportunity for study groups, networking and socializing. Additionally, with 5 faculty members teaching most BSE classes, students build relationships with faculty that extend beyond classwork.
BSE students maintain an active student TAPPI chapter that provides career building and social opportunities for all members.
UW student TAPPI Chapter Facebook page
The Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation (WPPF) is a vigorous and enterprising organization of member companies, alumni and friends centered at the University of Washington (UW) and creating competitive advantage for the pulp, paper and bioresource industries through focused and dedicated graduates. The mission of the WPPF is to provide the pulp, paper and bioresource industries with outstanding, dedicated graduates in Bioresource Science and Engineering from the UW who have breadth and depth of knowledge, make immediate contributions, are future leaders and are grounded in the principles of teamwork, sustainability, stewardship and economic vitality.