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Pyi Soe’s successful doctoral defense on Protected Area Management in Myanmar

On Wednesday, December 11th 2019, Pyi Soe Aung successfully defended his doctoral thesis titled “Social-Ecological Coevolution and its Implications for Protected Area Management: Case Study in Natma Taung National Park, Myanmar”. Pyi Soe has performed an outstanding defense and overall…

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Challenging the common stereotypes: Teaching with role plays

Recently, some of our doctoral and one master students from the institute of Tropical Forestry,  pitched in with the teaching of the German Forest Sciences Bachelor program in a module called “Social Competence”. Representing Colombia, Ethiopia, Vietnam and Indonesia, the…

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Visit of allotment gardens in Dresden – an excursion report

I am Pooja Debnath from Bangladesh. I am a student of Tropical Forestry at the TU Dresden. Before coming to Dresden, I heard that Dresden is a city of natural beauty and the people of this city gives priority to…

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Publication co-authored by students from SUTROFOR Spring School 2019

The raison d’ être of the Chair of Tropical Forestry is to educate through our master programs, and it is even better if our students manage to co-author a scientific publication. One output of the SUTROFOR Spring School 2019 has…

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Successful MSc defense in WoodCluster project

Japhet Noah Mwambusi, MSc student of the Tropical Forestry course, successfully defended his MSc thesis on 28 October 2019. The thesis focusses on “Silvicultural Treatments of Woodlots of Smallholder Forest Producers and their Relation to the Timber Market in Mufindi…

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Welcome our new Tutor Barbara!

Hi friends! My name is Barbara Azeroth and I started working as a tutor of Tropical forestry at the Technical University Dresden. Even though I’ve only been here since October, I get along well, because I’ve already done my Bachelor´s…

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