Global Impact: F&ES Students Scatter Worldwide for Summer Jobs and Research

fes summer student research map

The 151 master’s students completing their first year at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) will scatter across the world over the next couple of weeks for summer internships and independent research.

The students, who must complete a summer internship or research project in order to meet F&ES graduation requirements, will work in the high plains of Wyoming and in the forests of Madagascar, will monitor corporate sustainability in the California Bay Area and tackle food challenges in Namibia.

The geographic reach and range of projects reflects the multidisciplinary scope of the School itself.