Thu, 07/25/2019 - 01:10pm - When Dale Greene took up residence in the dean’s office in 2015, he didn’t realize he’d oversee what on the outside appears to be a lot of faculty turnover. In reality, he just became dean at a time when many longtime Warnell professors hit the magical age of retirement, many retiring after literally decades of service to the University of Georgia. It’s been hard to see so many respected faculty members leave, Greene said, especially when they’ve had such powerful impacts on natural resources research and the students who’ve passed through Warnell’s halls.
News from Warnell
Thu, 07/25/2019 - 01:07pm - Alumni plug their careers through classroom visits When the students in Joe Conrad’s wood procurement class settled in at their desks this past spring, they didn’t always see the Warnell professor standing at the lectern ready to start teaching. Instead, they frequently found Joe Parsons and Kim Lloyd at the front of the class, Powerpoint already cued up, and the procurement pros ready to start talking. The two Warnell alumni tag-teamed teaching duties this spring, giving students the unique chance to learn directly from those working in the field.
Thu, 07/25/2019 - 01:01pm - Your research heavily focuses on making better trees through DNA research. What’s the importance of genetics research to both forestry and agriculture?
Thu, 07/25/2019 - 12:00pm - The school now has a coordinated plan for its properties across the state