MSU’s Emily Schultz named a fellow in the Society of American Foresters
Emily Schultz, a Mississippi State University forestry professors has been named a fellow in the Society of American Foresters. Schultz was honored by the professional forestry organization for her contributions to the society and the forestry profession.
Schultz is a professor in Mississippi State’s College of Forest Resources and Forest and Wildlife Research Center. Her areas of research include computer forest modeling and forest inventory. She and a colleague developed the Mississippi Forestry Inventory System, a software program that estimates the volume of timber in the state.
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