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Forest School Statistics for 1937: Degrees Granted and Enrollments

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Every member of staff of forest schools and every forestry student should read the following article by Professor Guise. The enrollment in forestry has increased tremendously during the past few years, reaching an all time high of 6,067 in 1937. However, in 1937 the registration in the freshman class was considerably lower than that of the previous year. There are indications that the peak registration in forestry has been reached but that the number of graduates will continue to be large for at least the next five years.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Cornell University

Publication date: 01 January 1938

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