Faculty & Staff Resources

 

General Information


SFR Standing Committees

  • Communications Committee: The communications committee initial focus is the School of Forest Resources website – including regular updates. Committee Members: Anthony Guay, Daniel Hayes, Peggy Johnson, William Livingston, Louis Morin, Cynthia Paschal
  • Graduate Program Committee:  The role of the committee is (1) to make recommendations on graduate students to TA those courses identified by the Director, (2) Provide ranked recommendations to the Director on graduate student applications for appointment to unit MAFES GRA (if available), (3) Develop and update a graduate student handbook to be posted on the SFR website, (4) Organize and participate in a fall and spring graduate student orientation session, and (5) Review and suggest updates to the Graduate Programs section of the SFR website.  Committee Members: Mehdi Tajvidi (Graduate Program Coordinator), Sandra DeUrioste-Stone, Shawn Fraver, Daniel Hayes, Jessica Leahy (MF Program Coordinator)
  • International Student Travel Committee:  The role of the committee is to provide funds/scholarships to support student development through international travel. Undergraduate in SFR majors or EES Forest Ecosystems track, and graduate students with SFR advisors are eligible to apply and receive travel scholarships (Lee and Sunny Allen International Experience Travel Scholarship: generous donation by Lee and Sunny Allen (Allen class of 1976-BS and 1978-MS).  Committee Members:  Mindy Crandall, Sandra De Urioste-Stone (coordinator), Shawn Fraver, Anil Raj Kizha, William Livingston, Amber Roth.
  • Multicultural Students in Forestry & Related Natural Resource Fields Committee: The committee focuses on the retention and career transition of multicultural students in the School of Forest Resources and closely related fields at the University of Maine. Committee Members: Mindy Crandall, John Daigle, Sandra DeUrioste-Stone, Shawn Fraver, Douglas Gardner, Sylvestri Guzeman, Laura Kenefic, Kasey Legaard (coordinator), William Livingston, Sarah Nelson, Darren Ranco, Amber Roth, Stephen Shaler
  • Nutting Hall Space Committee:  The role of the committee is to identify and coordinate issues related to use, quality and function of space in Nutting Hall.  Committee Members:  Louis Morin (building manager), Stephen Shaler, Aaron Weiskitel (CRSF representative), EES and WFCB representatives.
  • Peer Committee:  The role of the peer committee is to make recommendations to the Director on promotions, tenure, and reappointments of all SFR faculty in the evaluation of teaching, research and service.  Committee Members:  Douglas Gardner (chair), all tenure-track and non-tenure track faculty.  The School Director or Acting Director shall be an ex officio committee member.
  • Scholarship Committee:  The role of the committee is to decide on SFR award recommendations for undergraduate students.  Meets once in March after scholarship applications and award amounts are ready.  Members:  Associate Director (chair), Program Leaders, and at least 2 more faculty as appointed by the Director.  Current members are William Livingston (chair of committee and FTY Leader), John Daigle (PRT Leader), Douglas Gardner (FBB Leader), Louis Morin, Amber Roth.
  • Undergraduate Program Committee:  The role of the committee includes offering scholarships to incoming students, review course proposals, review academic disciplinary actions, review recruitment strategies, and assist with reporting for accreditation requirements.  Committee Members:  Associate Director (William Livingston), Program Leaders (John Daigle, Douglas Gardner).

Policies and Procedures


Safety Information & Training


Purchases & Reimbursements


PCard Purchases (forms & Quick-References)


Research Forms


MAFES Publications Program


Undergraduate Advising and Curricula Documents 


New Faculty Resources


Reappointment/Promotion/Tenure/Sabbatical


Travel Resources


Marketing & Communications

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SFR Logos

Below are several file types to choose from.  If you need the logo in some other format, please contact Cindy Paschal at cpaschal@maine.edu.

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Forest Resources mark (.pdf)

 

 

 

 

Forest Resources mark (.png)