Purdue Forestry & Natural Resources is one of the nation's leading natural resource programs. Our world-class expertise in forestry, wildlife, fisheries & aquatic sciences, natural resources social science, and interdisciplinary ecology is helping solve some of the most important natural resource problems around the globe.
Opportunities for scholarships in FNR are available in all majors. One in four students receive scholarships with over $80,000 monies received.
Students have the opportunity to expand their knowledge in field techniques, species identification while experiencing hands on learning.
Summer Practicum, Marine Biology Practicum, Desert Practicum.
Student organizations will expand your college experience, helping you build a personal network with Purdue FNR peers, industry professionals and alumni.
Forestry and Natural Resources (FNR) is dedicated to providing and/or connecting students to resources to help them best prepare to compete for jobs upon graduation.
Students have many opportunities for internships, summer positions and after graduation career positions posted from our stakeholders and partners which post current positions on our actively visited job board.
Choose what works best for you!
- Schedule an Appointment - BoilerConnect
- Call FNR Office of Student Services at 765-494-3591
- Send us an email email@example.com
The FNR Office of Student Services is open from 8 am to noon and 1 to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, except on University holidays.
Jackie Getson, Interim Graduate
Program Coordinator (Current Students),
Research Associate & Outreach Coordinator
Sr. Academic Advisor and Interim Graduate
Program Coordinator (Prospective Students)
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