Forest Biometrics and Silviculture Graduate Program
The College of Natural Resources in partnership with the Forest Biometrics Research Institute (FBRI) hosts a competitive fellowship program. The goal of this program is to increase the number of qualified MS and PhD graduates proficient in advanced biometrics and silvicultural practices. As part of this program, PhD students will compete 27cr of statistics, biometrics, and silvliculture courses.
FBRI scholarships (to partially or fully cover resident tuition) also exist for self- or privately- funded students to also participate in this program. These students will be located with the FBRI cohort and potential exists to also receive funds to support related research. If interested, please contact the program for more information.
For information on the faculty engaged in the FBRI Fellowship program, see the Core FBRI Faculty page.
Program Point of Contact
CNR Director of Research & Graduate Studies
College of Natural Resources, Room 204C