Dear faculty –

I’m thrilled to share the news that the following four projects have been awarded funding as part of this year’s small TLEF competition.

Congratulations to the following faculty leads and their team members:

  • Andrew Almas: “Creating an Urban Forest Demonstration at the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest Arboretum”
  • Nicholas Coops: “Geospatial Solutions for the Climate Emergency: Advancing Earth Observation, Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing Education”
  • Bianca Eskelson: “FVS-BC Exercises for Forest Resources Management and Conservation”
  • Michelle Zeng: “Innovating Forestry Education: Advancing Accessibility, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion”

More information about the TLEF Program (which offers several competitive opportunities each year) can be found here:

Application – Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund

I’m proud to see such dedication to teaching in the Faculty of Forestry.