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One year later, dam removal already reveals benefits

Communications Director

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Contact Kristen Morales

Phone:
706-542-2079
706-206-3055

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Office:
Building 1-202

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Education:
B.A., Graphic Design, The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, 2002
B.S., Print Journalism, Syracuse University, 1998
Biography:

Kristen comes to Warnell after spending five years as communications manager at the UGA College of Education. At Warnell, she oversees the production of The Log, the college's alumni magazine, as well as regular news releases, website updates and social media content. Before working for UGA, Kristen spent more than 15 years in the newspaper industry as an editor, writer, copy editor and designer at newspapers in New York, Massachusetts, California, Florida and Georgia. 

Open water and an unobstructed views now offer tourism, recreational opportunities

 

The cranes and earth movers are gone. So is the concrete and rusted rebar.

Now all that’s left is the gentle sound of water lapping the edges of the Middle Oconee River where once it poured over White Dam.

Brown elm leaves a sign of beetles’ destruction

Communications Director

Contact Information

Contact Kristen Morales

Phone:
706-542-2079
706-206-3055

Campus address

Office:
Building 1-202

About

Education:
B.A., Graphic Design, The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, 2002
B.S., Print Journalism, Syracuse University, 1998
Biography:

Kristen comes to Warnell after spending five years as communications manager at the UGA College of Education. At Warnell, she oversees the production of The Log, the college's alumni magazine, as well as regular news releases, website updates and social media content. Before working for UGA, Kristen spent more than 15 years in the newspaper industry as an editor, writer, copy editor and designer at newspapers in New York, Massachusetts, California, Florida and Georgia. 

Homeowners in Middle and Morth Georgia are urged to report damage from elm leaf beetles

 

Elm trees across middle and northern Georgia may see their leaves turning brown and lacy earlier this year, not because of the fall weather, but because of an infestation of beetles.

Allen family honored during conference room dedication

Communications Director

Contact Information

Contact Kristen Morales

Phone:
706-542-2079
706-206-3055

Campus address

Office:
Building 1-202

About

Education:
B.A., Graphic Design, The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, 2002
B.S., Print Journalism, Syracuse University, 1998
Biography:

Kristen comes to Warnell after spending five years as communications manager at the UGA College of Education. At Warnell, she oversees the production of The Log, the college's alumni magazine, as well as regular news releases, website updates and social media content. Before working for UGA, Kristen spent more than 15 years in the newspaper industry as an editor, writer, copy editor and designer at newspapers in New York, Massachusetts, California, Florida and Georgia. 

Forestry 4 room receives an upgrade benefitting students, faculty thanks to donors’ generosity

 

One of the most popular rooms in the Forestry 4 building got a little more attention recently, when it hosted the donors for whom it’s now named: Wayne and Cindy Allen.

Algae of all types comes through Warnell for testing

Communications Director

Contact Information

Contact Kristen Morales

Phone:
706-542-2079
706-206-3055

Campus address

Office:
Building 1-202

About

Education:
B.A., Graphic Design, The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, 2002
B.S., Print Journalism, Syracuse University, 1998
Biography:

Kristen comes to Warnell after spending five years as communications manager at the UGA College of Education. At Warnell, she oversees the production of The Log, the college's alumni magazine, as well as regular news releases, website updates and social media content. Before working for UGA, Kristen spent more than 15 years in the newspaper industry as an editor, writer, copy editor and designer at newspapers in New York, Massachusetts, California, Florida and Georgia. 

Long and feathery, the sample of blue-green algae called Lyngbya was stuffed into the test tube, more plant than water sample.

New degree program connects forestry and community

Communications Director

Contact Information

Contact Kristen Morales

Phone:
706-542-2079
706-206-3055

Campus address

Office:
Building 1-202

About

Education:
B.A., Graphic Design, The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, 2002
B.S., Print Journalism, Syracuse University, 1998
Biography:

Kristen comes to Warnell after spending five years as communications manager at the UGA College of Education. At Warnell, she oversees the production of The Log, the college's alumni magazine, as well as regular news releases, website updates and social media content. Before working for UGA, Kristen spent more than 15 years in the newspaper industry as an editor, writer, copy editor and designer at newspapers in New York, Massachusetts, California, Florida and Georgia. 

Through community forestry and arboriculture, UGA students learn how trees improve lives

Caring for trees in our communities is both an art and a science, and a new degree program at the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources will help teach students to master both.

Relationship status between predators, prey: It’s complicated

Communications Director

Contact Information

Contact Kristen Morales

Phone:
706-542-2079
706-206-3055

Campus address

Office:
Building 1-202

About

Education:
B.A., Graphic Design, The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, 2002
B.S., Print Journalism, Syracuse University, 1998
Biography:

Kristen comes to Warnell after spending five years as communications manager at the UGA College of Education. At Warnell, she oversees the production of The Log, the college's alumni magazine, as well as regular news releases, website updates and social media content. Before working for UGA, Kristen spent more than 15 years in the newspaper industry as an editor, writer, copy editor and designer at newspapers in New York, Massachusetts, California, Florida and Georgia. 

New study finds Yellowstone elk fear cougars more than wolves, but time their movements to avoid danger from both.  

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Creating sound forest policies

Lauren Ward's path diverted from litigation when she realized the effect that empirical research could have

 

Personal: “The mountains are calling, and I must go.”

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Graduate Q&A: Angela Burrow

Research led student to pursue her doctorate

 

Headshot of Angela BurrowDegree you’re earning: PhD, Forestry and Natural Resources

Hometown: Longwood, Florida

Previous education: Georgia Gwinnett College, BS '14

Expected graduation: May 2020

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Undergraduate Q&A: Hudson Jordan

'Warnell seemed to be a perfect fit'

 

Jordan HudsonDegree you’re earning: BSFR in forestry

Hometown: Saint Marys, Georgia

Expected graduation: Fall 2019

Personal information: I have a 1-year-old golden retriever named Oakley, who is named after Jane Oakley, the first female forestry student at UGA.

The next generation: New faces join the Warnell faculty family

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. 

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