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UPCOMING EVENTS

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STUDENT ADVISORS

Undergrad Advisors

Kristina Haselier

khaselier@ufl.edu

Grace Burmester

graceb@ufl.edu

Grad Student Advisor

Amy Abernethy

aabner@ufl.edu

Registration Requests

sfrc-studentservices@ifas.ufl.edu

Certificate Advisor

Sandra Houder

sfrc-online@ifas.ufl.edu

Additional Help

Rhiannon Pollard

rhiannon-pollard@ufl.edu

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

Mission: To support the graduate students in the Program of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. FAS-GSO accomplishes this goal by promoting interaction among graduate students and facilitating communication between students and faculty.

This organization acts as a voice for the graduate students at both the Department and University levels, and provides and promotes professional development. These goals shall be achieved through monthly meetings, annual symposia, mentoring new students, social activities, and encouragement of participation in professional societies. FAS-GSO website >
Our prime objectives are to provide opportunities for networking and professional development. Another purpose is to promote conservation and proper care of marine systems. We are geared towards marine sciences but are open to all who are passionate about our oceans.

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Mission: To unite students and staff who share an understanding and appreciation for wetlands through participation in community education, clean-ups, canoeing, camping, talks, and social events.

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Mission: To build community among SFRC grad students and faculty through networking, service, and research-oriented events.

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Mission: To increase leadership characteristics in its members, provide members professional opportunities, and work collectively to practice and compete in forestry related recreational activities.

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Mission: To bond students together from all different backgrounds who share a common interest in our environment and want to perpetuate its success for future generations through sound management practices.

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Mission: The International Society of Arboriculture Student Chapter at UFL promotes student interest and community involvement in Arboriculture and Urban Forestry through research, professional connections, teamwork, education, and physical application of theories.

We are students of the swamp who will work together to set an example for future generations with the University of Florida and the International Society of Arboriculture. We intend to stress worker safety, tree health, tree climbing techniques, ethical business practices, effective tree pruning, urban woody plant pathology, and international awareness on the importance of trees.

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Mission: SAFE is the Student Section of the Association for Fire Ecology. SAFE aims to provide students with diverse backgrounds with an open forum on fire ecology through which research can be shared, networks formed, and funding and information resources can be accessed.

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Contact Dr. Taylor Stein for details.
Dedicated to the purpose of maintaining and promoting the status of Geomatics / Surveying and Mapping as an ideal profession, the Geomatics Student Association (GSA) was organized to recognize the characteristics of an individual deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of a career in Geomatics, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in the Geomatics student. Visit our website >

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