The Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources knows the importance of students having access to a variety of activities to enhance learning and encourage professional development. We provide opportunities for students to extend their learning beyond the classroom through field trips, labs, study abroad, internships, summer camp, student organizations, research and more. It is never too early to get plugged into these opportunities.
How will you put your passion into action?
What did you do in class today?
Video of Dr. Roland Kays‘ Mammalogy Class on a field trip to mountains:
Video of the Mammalogy Class working on specimens at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences: