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This was the first year of the Environmental Leadership Mentoring (ELM) Program at F&ES. This ambitious new mentoring program connected 102 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. Thank you to the alumni who participated in the program and who helped make this inaugural year a success!

Learn more about the program.

Sign up to be an ELM mentor.




“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.
Alumni Association Board Member
 


F&ES Alumni Cookbook 2015

Nearly 150 recipes were shared by generous F&ES alumni, along with stories and photos, to create this new online cookbook.


“I think the variety of recipes is representative of the diversity and spirit of F&ES and hope that many people have the occasion to read and utilize the stories and recipes that alumni provided.”

—Karin Bucht ’15 M.F.
Member of Cookbook Development Team


Stay Connected to F&ES!

The F&ES alumni office connects our alumni to each other and F&ES through annual Reunion Weekends, regional events and receptions, student mentoring, alumni campus visits, an alumni speaker series, publications, networking opportunities, and student scholarships.


Every time you get a new email address, relocate, or change positions, please send the alumni office an update. If you keep us updated, we’ll keep you updated!
 


Alumni Profiles

The profiles provide an in-depth look at some of the important projects our alums are leading around the world.

Read stories about F&ES alums.

Current Alumni

4,678 worldwide as of May 2015
 

Degrees Awarded—2014-2015 Academic Year


M.E.M.
M.F.
M.F.S.
M.E.Sc.
Ph.D.
 
98
17
5
25
17
 
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Online Education Courses for Alumni

As part of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies’ commitment to life-long learning, F&ES offered its first two online certificate courses in Spring 2015 exclusively for alumni.

Learn more about the courses offered.
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Alumni Events


Wednesday, September 9, 2015
F&ES Alumni Reception at the
World Forestry Congress

6:15 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Meeting Room 22DEF
Durban, South Africa 
If you have any questions, contact Mary Tyrrell '97 M.F.S., Executive Director, Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry.


October 9-11, 2015
F&ES Reunion Weekend
New Haven, CT

Connect with classmates and meet alumni from other classes, attend alumni/faculty presentations, enjoy meals and events (including a Harvest Dinner in Bowers and an Alumni Awards Luncheon in Kroon), explore campus on a tour, celebrate at TGIF, and more!
   
View the Reunion Weekend schedule.

 

Register for Reunion Weekend 2015.




November 6-7, 2015
Yale Environmental Sustainability Summit (YESS)

New Haven, CT

YESS will engage University alumni, faculty, staff, and students – as well as outside experts, practitioners, and scholars – in a highly interactive event designed to build a thriving multi-disciplinary network of Yale leaders in sustainability, enhancing collaboration and impact.

 
Learn more.
 
 

Register for YESS.






JOIN AN F&ES ALUMNI LISTSERV
We currently have listservs set up for F&ES alums in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. We are considering adding additional listservs in places where there are larger groups of alums, including internationally. Events, job opportunities, housing information, questions, and more get posted. The online groups are only accessible by F&ES alums and students.

If you are living in one of these areas, we invite you to join!

San Francisco Bay Area

New York City

Philadelphia

Washington, D.C.

As new regional listservs are launched, we will post them here.