OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

International Forestry Society (IFSA)

 

 

 

We're sorry to say that IFSA will be closing after this year due to lack of membership involvement.

 

About us

OSU-IFSA was founded in October 2005, and is currently one of five active chapters in the U.S. IFSA represents forestry students from all over the world, facilitates communication among members, and offers opportunities for student exchanges, seminars, excursions and forestry competitions. IFSA now includes 52 forestry student associations in 33 countries. It is headquartered in Freiburg, Germany.

OSU-IFSA aims to enrich the formal education of OSU students by giving them a more global perspective on forestry issues; contribute to professional preparation for forestry students; promote networking among students and professionals from several disciplines; encourage improvements in forestry and natural resources education internationally; and provide opportunities to socialize with students from many countries.

Regardless of the emphasis on forestry, the chapter is open to all OSU students and all topics related to conservation and natural resources find a forum at our club.

 

Officer Contacts

Krystal LemhousePresident

Scout HanchettVice-President

Mardonio PalominoSecretary

Mika DonahueTreasurer

Michele JusticeFaculty Advisor

Club Events

See the club calendar for meetings and a comprehensive overview of events.  

IFSA Goals

Check out the IFSA Website.

The goals of OSU-IFSA are to enrich the formal education of OSU students by giving them a wider, more global perspective on forestry issues. We also encourage mobility and the exchange of information and experience between forestry students from all over the world. Regardless of the emphasis on forestry, the chapter is open to all OSU students and all topics related with conservation and the life sciences find a forum at our club.

The OSU chapter of IFSA was founded in October 2005. IFSA chapters at Oregon State University, Yale, Michigan Tech, and University of Washington make up the membership in the U.S.