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Summary Report
1998 Spotlight on Graduate and Undergraduate Research at ESF

April 14, 1998

Keynote Address

Dr. Howard Thomas Odum, considered by many to be the father of Systems Ecology, delivered the keynote address for the 1998 Symposium: Spotlight on Graduate and Undergraduate Research at ESF. Professor Odum shared his thoughts on how the science of Ecology has evolved from a natural population- and community-dominated approach towards a systems, energy, and interaction of humans and nature perspective in ways that were unimagined in 1945. This was a rare opportunity to hear a first hand, personal perspective on the development of the science of Ecology from one of the greatest leaders in the field.

Abstracts

Nearly 100 posters were presented at this year's Spotlight on Graduate and Undergraduate Research. The abstracts are listed according to department:

Chemistry
Construction Management and Wood Products Engineering
Environmental and Forest Biology
Environmental Resource and Forest Engineering
Environmental Science
Forestry
Landscape Architecture
Paper Science Engineering

Congratulations to the top three winning posters in each section:

Chemistry:

Environmental Resource and Forest Engineering:

Environmental and Forest Biology:

Forestry:

GPES, Paper Science Eng., and Construction Mgmt and Wood Products Eng.:

Acknowledgements

This poster session was sponsored by Faculty Governance. We would like to acknowledge:
Office of Sponsored Programs
Office of News and Publications
Undergraduate and Graduate Student Associations
ESF Alumni Association
Student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters

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Last modified July 19, 1999


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