IN FOCUS: STUDENTS
My experience with IFSA in Spain
"Looking back now, I don't think any amount of talking with past participants, or reading of schedules, could have given me any idea of what an amazing two weeks it would be." MSLE Masters student Sarah Dickson-Hoyle from the Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science talks about her experience at the IFSA International Forestry Students' Symposium in Spain this year.Read more
MSLE Agriculture students poised for success with graduate positions
There’s never been a better time to be an Agriculture student. The sector has seen enviable growth in recent years and there are now up to three jobs for every graduate. Jandre Slabbert, Bachelor of Agriculture student, has just been offered a graduate position with ANZ in the Agribusiness department in 2014. We spoke to Jandre about his experience with the course and future prospects.
Prof John Lovering and the Master of Environment success
Emeritus Professor John Lovering has helped the Master of Environment grow from just an idea in 1999 to a thriving program with 370 students in 2013. A former Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) and Dean of the Faculty of Science, John was invited to work with Professor Mark Burgman to establish a program to provide consistent, informed advice to students concerning the wide range of courses offered in environmental studies.