The F&ES Office of Development and Alumni Services connects our 4,900+ alumni to each other and F&ES through annual Reunion Weekends, regional events and receptions, the alumni–student mentoring program, educational initiatives, alumni publications and communications, and volunteer activities.
Our office, located on the second floor of Sage Hall (Suite 20), is a resource and a base for alumni and friends of the School who come to campus for a visit. We look forward to seeing you the next time you are here at F&ES!
Every time you get a new email address, relocate, or change positions, please send us an update. If you keep us updated, we’ll keep you updated!
Canopy is a magazine produced by the F&ES Office of Development and Alumni Services for alumni and friends of F&ES twice each year.
The Environmental Leadership Mentoring (ELM) program connects students in their final year at F&ES with alumni mentors. The ELM program aims to help F&ES students grow professionally through the guidance and advice of alumni, helping them to become environmental leaders and managers in today’s world.
“I hope that more alumni will choose to join the ranks of ELM mentors. Not only is this an effective way to share your experience and continue to engage with the great people of F&ES, but it also offers alumni an opportunity to further develop their skills as mentors, making them better ambassadors for the environment in all contexts."
Sara Smiley Smith
’07 M.E.Sc./M.P.H., ’16 Ph.D.
Alumni Association Board Member
F&ES Swag Store
Alumni can now purchase swag online through Campus Customs and promote the School and its world-wide impact in the fields of forestry and environmental studies.
Your purchase also gives back. A portion of sales are donated to the F&ES Community Fund, which goes to support student projects.
We currently have listservs set up for F&ES alumni in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and the Pacific Northwest. Events, job opportunities, housing information, and more get posted. The online groups are only accessible by F&ES alumni and students. They are a great way to stay connected to alumni in a region. We invite alums to join!