Student Advising

The School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science supports students in the development of an academic career complementary to individual career and life goals. We feel this is an important component of student success.

We provide a comprehensive advising program that is based on continuous support. In addition to assisting students with selecting a major, scheduling courses, and addressing other academic concerns, our advisors are a resource for information about co-ops and internships, academic policies and procedures, and campus resources, including tutoring assistance.

Mary Jurgensen

Advisor, Undergraduate Students: Scheduling, Degree Completion, and Transfer Students

Noblet Building 110

Areas of Expertise

  • Student advising
  • Transfer students
  • Course scheduling

Andrew J. Storer

Professor, School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science

Associate Dean, School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science

Director, Honors Institute

Noblet Building 120

Areas of Expertise

  • Forest insect ecology
  • Insect/fungus/plant interactions in forest ecosystems
  • Impacts of exotic species on forest ecosystems
  • Interactions among fire, insects and disease in forests
  • Urban forest health