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What's happening in the Faculty of Forestry & Environmental Management

News and events around the faculty

Q&A with alumnus Reg Woods (BSF'03)

New Brunswick is home. At JDI the career paths are limitless and in my 18 years I’ve had so many great roles and challenges and have worked with so many passionate professionals.

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Message from the (Acting) Dean of ForEM

The 2020-2021 academic year has come to an end, and we are already busy with plans for 2021-2022 here in the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management. The COVID-19 pandemic made a difficult year for all of us, but I feel that we embraced the new realities of working and teaching in a different way. We are a resilient bunch and have had a successful year given the circumstances. Our students and faculty quickly pivoted to embrace a combination of alternative delivery classes and smaller face to face labs which often meant additional laboratory hours for our faculty members.

Message from the Acting Dean

Examining the sustainability of the St. John River’s muskie population

A team of environmental management students at UNB have completed a project looking at the sustainability of the muskellunge in the St. John River.

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New ForEM publications

We are embarking on a new initiative to highlight the latest research generated by ForEM graduate students, staff, and faculty. Explore here to find more information on the latest scientific publications led by, or in collaboration with, ForEM researchers.

ForEM Blog Posts

ForEM TRC Working Group

UNB Fredericton’s Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management aims to the lead the university in Reconciliation, Decolonization and braiding Indigenous Knowledge, through the work of it’s Truth and Reconciliation committee and working group.

ForEM Reconciliation, Education and Research