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To students considering a forestry degree, MSU not only offers an incredible education filled with endless opportunities. Most recently, Guy was one of 11 MSU students selected for the ninth annual William A. "It is made up of the most passionate, intelligent, and hardest working individuals that I have ever met.
It also provides you with a community that you can be proud to be a part of." Summit, Mississippi native, Chandler Guy, is a forestry major in the College of Forest Resources. They have driven me to better myself, and I consider each student in the College of Forest Resources family." He said it's a privilege to serve as an ambassador for the college.
Allison Purdue is a sophomore wildlife, fisheries and aquaculture major from Marietta, Georgia.
Allison loves the passion that everyone in CFR has about their field of study.
That sense of community is one of the reasons she loves the College of Forest Resources so much.
"I would say the whole Summer Field Program was a challenge for me.I just convinced myself that I had to keep going no matter what.As I made my way through the seemingly endless briers, I pushed myself a little more each time. I can honestly say that I've never been more proud of myself or felt more accomplished.I realized all I could do was to try my hardest and focus.I made it through the first leg of the course relatively well, but I still wasn't sure how I was going to accomplish doing it three more times.