WPPF 2013 Annual Conference - "Preparing our Students for
a Bio-Based Industry"
The Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation is very pleased to invite you to the 44th Annual Conference on MAY 23, 2013.
Our BSE faculty, graduate and undergraduate students are excited to share their current projects/research, particularly around the conversion of biomass to energy, fuels and chemicals. Our new Biofuels and Bio-Based Chemicals Lab will be open for tours and presentations by our graduate students.
We are honored to have as our banquet speaker Dr. Thomas DeLuca, Director of the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS) who will speak on “SEFS and the Challenge of Sustainability.” We hope you will join us for a day full of reconnecting with alumni, member reps, and friends of the foundation - as well as with our faculty, staff and students as we together celebrate our legacy and vision of creating futures for our students - the next generation of leaders in the pulp, paper, bioresource and allied industries.
Registration is now open – please register by May 15th.
Click here to register.
Sponsor a Student
||Each year the Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation (WPPF) invites members, alumni, and friends to sponsor our Bioresource Science and Engineering (BSE) students to attend the annual conference and banquet. The WPPF Annual Conference helps link students with industry leaders while deepening student involvement in the BSE major through professional networking, job placement, and face-to-face contact with peers and mentors. We hope all our students will be able to attend and experience this exciting event.
If you would like to sponsor students to attend this year’s annual conference,
click here for a form.
Are you on LinkedIn?
Stay connected with us! Request to join our group, “Pulp & Paper Science and Engineering Alumni”
This group provides a link for all Pulp & Paper Science and Engineering graduates and friends/members of the Washington Pulp and Paper Foundation.
The link will also provide information on the Foundation, the PPSE (now called Bioresource Science and Engineering, BSE) program and the newly formed School of Environmental and Forest Sciences within the College of the Environment.
Have you moved? Changed E-mail address?
Let us know so we can keep up efficient correspondence with YOU!
Simply fill out the detail update card (.PDF,
Then, mail, fax or e-mail by attachment to us at
170 Bloedel Hall, Box 352100
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2100
FAX: (206) 543-3483