OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

On May 20, 2012 with the help of 350 community members current Peace Corps Master’s International environment volunteer, Ramona Arechiga, and fellow Beaver alum, Jonathan Schmierer planted 1,100 native trees in a newly created park in Goba, Ethiopia. This event was part of Oregon State University Alumni Association’s Community Service Day.

Bring together your passion for knowledge, service, adventure and the environment by combining Peace Corps service with a master's degree at Oregon State University College of Forestry (Photos by Shannon Daniels, PCMI 2010-present, Peru 2011-2013; David Zahler, OSU PCMI Coordinator, Guatemala 1996-1998).

Bring together your passion for knowledge, service, adventure and the environment by combining Peace Corps service with a master's degree at Oregon State University College of Forestry (Photos by Shannon Daniels, PCMI 2010-present, Peru 2011-2013; David Zahler, OSU PCMI Coordinator, Guatemala 1996-1998).

On May 20, 2012 with the help of 350 community members current Peace Corps Master’s International environment volunteer, Ramona Arechiga, and fellow Beaver alum, Jonathan Schmierer planted 1,100 native trees in a newly created park in Goba, Ethiopia. This event was part of Oregon State University Alumni Association’s Community Service Day.

On May 20, 2012 with the help of 350 community members current Peace Corps Master’s International environment volunteer, Ramona Arechiga, and fellow Beaver alum, Jonathan Schmierer planted 1,100 native trees in a newly created park in Goba, Ethiopia. This event was part of Oregon State University Alumni Association’s Community Service Day.

Bring together your passion for knowledge, service, adventure and the environment by combining Peace Corps service with a master's degree at Oregon State University College of Forestry (Photos by Shannon Daniels, PCMI 2010-present, Peru 2011-2013; David Zahler, OSU PCMI Coordinator, Guatemala 1996-1998).

Bring together your passion for knowledge, service, adventure and the environment by combining Peace Corps service with a master's degree at Oregon State University College of Forestry (Photos by Shannon Daniels, PCMI 2010-present, Peru 2011-2013; David Zahler, OSU PCMI Coordinator, Guatemala 1996-1998).

Bring together your passion for knowledge, service, adventure and the environment by combining Peace Corps service with a master's degree at Oregon State University College of Forestry (Photos by Shannon Daniels, PCMI 2010-present, Peru 2011-2013; David Zahler, OSU PCMI Coordinator, Guatemala 1996-1998).

Bring together your passion for knowledge, service, adventure and the environment by combining Peace Corps service with a master's degree at Oregon State University College of Forestry (Photos by Shannon Daniels, PCMI 2010-present, Peru 2011-2013; David Zahler, OSU PCMI Coordinator, Guatemala 1996-1998).

Bring together your passion for knowledge, service, adventure and the environment by combining Peace Corps service with a master's degree at Oregon State University College of Forestry (Photos by Shannon Daniels, PCMI 2010-present, Peru 2011-2013; David Zahler, OSU PCMI Coordinator, Guatemala 1996-1998).

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On Monday December 22nd, College of Forestry will be moving existing webservers to new hardware.  While the duration of any one interruption should be less than 10 minutes, there may be multiple interruptions in service between 10am-5pm.

College of Forestry PCMI offers Master of Science (M.S.) or Master of Forestry (M.F.)  with an area of concentration/focus/option that you and your major professor agree upon. 

  • Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Forest Ecosystems and Society (FES) Graduate Degree Program, offers a Master of Science (M.S.) in FES, or Master of Forestry (M.F.) in FES, to those successfully completing the program. 
  • Department of Forest Engineering Resources and Management, Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Graduate Degree Program, offers a Master of Science (M.S.) in SFM, or Master of Forestry (M.F.) in SFM, to those successfully completing the program.
  • Department of Wood Science and Engineering, Wood Science Graduate Degree Program, offers a Master of Science (M.S.) in Wood Science to those successfully completing the program.

Degree emphases are described here for the College of Forestry and here for Applied Economics.

UPDATE:

October 2014:

  • OSU now offers PCMI programs in Horticulture, Soils, Crop Science,  Mechanical Engineering, Biological Engineering, Ecological Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Public Health, and Water Resources.  More information will be available on the OSU PCMI website.
  • PCMI-Forestry student Taylor Lucey is in Senegal, and has been told her host community! A very exciting time...

Great Huffington Post article about one volunteer's perspective on what Peace Corps volunteerism is: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ross-szabo/volunteering-peace-corps_b_1610215.html


A US Peace Corps web-streamed recruiting video for PCMI can be viewed on-line. It is on the MI page of the Peace Corps website: www.peacecorps.gov/masters