Forestry Virtual Open House
The Department of Forestry’s Virtual Open House
Starting in 2020, we offered our Open House to enable prospective and current students to learn more about what we have to offer. Below you can experience our virtual side of this year's event.
We have an undergraduate program and multiple master's programs, and one doctoral program. We also have several minors which are explored in the videos below.
If you are exploring career opportunities, are interested in changing majors or want to pursue a graduate degree program, then you can learn more about our dynamic program.
You can also learn about what sets us apart from other forestry programs.
Director of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Justin Kunkle gives an overview of the undergraduate program in MSU Forestry.
Dr. Asia Dowtin explains urban and community forestry and what career paths are possible in the field.
Research Administrator and Graduate Secretary Katie James gives an overview of the graduate program in the Department of Forestry.
Sandra Lupien, Director of Mass Timber@MSU, explains what mass timber is, what it is used for, and what kinds of benefits it provides.
Forestry Instructor Jim Rivard shows us two different methods of measuring tree diameters.
Dr. Mojgan Nejad explains sustainable bioproducts and their practical applications as part of the MSU Forestry program.
Randy Klevickas, Resident Tree Farm Manager, gives us a brief overview of the MSU Tree Research Center and what kind of work happens there.