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89 weeks. 628 days. 15,072 hours-Shelby Telfer

That is how much time I will have spent in Warnell’s professional program. Those 628 days have been busy. 215 days spent in internships. 431 days in class. Countless hours in lab (Google can’t calculate that for me, shame). On May 5th, it will be over. I will cross the figurative finish line. And among […]

Diversity Matters-Sidney Woodruff

Our country’s population is growing more and more diverse every single day. As a reflection of our society, we must strive to seek and understand the need in promoting diversity and inclusiveness in the natural resources field. The natural resources field has always been a tight-knit community that can easily get separated from the public. Because […]

To Maymester, or Not to Maymester -Katherine Brinson

One essential and great component of the Warnell curriculum is a professional experience. It is a great chance to get out in the field and see what you can do with your degree, whether that be a Maymester or summer field course, or an internship experience. This summer, I got the chance to do both. […]

Tips on Getting Involved -Knox Martin

Hello my name is Knox Martin and I am writing to new students interested in getting “plugged” in to a variety of organizations across campus. Being a student associated with Warnell, I am grateful to be included in many smaller clubs and groups. The ambassador program is phenomenal and being a part of such a […]

Gaining a New Perspective- Walker Grimsley

Students join the Warnell School for a variety of reasons, but I feel the main reason for joining is because they love the outdoors. These students want an opportunity to get a job in which they can be involved with something they love, the outdoors! I know this was the reason that I became a […]

The Best of Both Worlds-Jessi Fuller

As a nervous sophomore, I walked into the office of Warnell’s Career Service Coordinator, Ami Flowers, and prepared to drastically change my career plan. I was going from a Biology major with the lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian to a Wildlife Science major with an unknown future. After discussing this plan, Ami mentioned to […]

My Summer With Research Experience for Undergraduates-Samantha Askin

  This summer I participated in an internship called Research Experience for Undergraduates (R.E.U.). This is a program that is funded by the National Science Foundation that gives undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct research at a host institution. This program offers research in many different scientific fields at a number of different universities across […]