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FNR students receive 2021-2022 outstanding student awards, Leah Griffin, Ruby Sanders, Madison Kresse and Lina Bernabe..
FNR Celebrates 2021-22 Award Winners at Annual Banquet
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Intro to Trees of Indiana: Boxelder

Meet the Boxelder or Acer negundo. This member of the maple family has opposite leaf arrangement,...

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FNR Celebrates 53 Spring 2022 Graduates

The Purdue Department of Forestry and Natural Resources celebrates the graduation of 53...

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Flaherty Honored; Hardiman, Liang Promoted

Dr. Elizabeth Flaherty was named as the College of Agriculture's Outstanding...

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Smoky Mountain Trip Gives Students In-Person Look at Disturbance Ecology

Over Spring Break, members of the FNR 53600 Ecology of Disturbance course headed to the Great...

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Intro to Trees of Indiana: River Birch

River birch is identifiable by its simple, triangular-shaped leaves with doubly-serrated or...

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2021 Year in Review: The Collaboration

The Purdue Department of Forestry and Natural Resources aims to spread the word about cutting...

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Globally renowned faculty

World-class faculty impact the U.S. and beyond.

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Students Impact the Future

98% FNR graduate students are successfully employed or continued with their education.

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Cutting Edge Research Facilities

 Research conducted with 25 forest properties across the state and 18 labs.

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