Why students choose to study for a forestry degree and implications for the forestry profession
This paper is concerned with university undergraduate science students; their sources of information and the influences acting upon them regarding their degree choice, including communication with members of the forestry profession. In a study of responses from 119 students studying forestry units at The Australian National University it became clear that students felt that what foresters do, and the nature of the discipline, could be better communicated. When professional foresters had...[Show more]
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