A survey of 50 professional forestry schools indicated 395 foreign students were enrolled for the fall semester of 1972. Of these, 41 percent were from Asia, 31 percent were majoring in wood science, 30 percent in general forestry, and 81 percent were graduate students.
Document Type: Journal Article
Director of Research, School of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State Univ., Nacogdoches, Tex.
Publication date: June 1, 1973
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