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Welcoming a new doctoral candidate

Hello, my name is Nga Thi Ha, I just started my doctoral degree at the Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products at TUD in this October. I am thankful for being supervised by Prof. Gerald Kapp and working closely…

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Francis Moyo’s Successful Doctoral Defense on Community-Based Conservation

In the morning of September 10th 2018, Francis Moyo defended his doctoral thesis on “Community Based Conservation in Tanzania: Discourses and Realities”. The aim of his research was to investigate the socio-economic impacts of community-based conservation initiatives on rural livelihoods….

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What our PhD students do in their free time

The American poet Carl Sandburg once said, “Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent.” PhD (or colloquially known as Permanent Head Damage) requires…

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Successful PhD Defense of Maxi Domke

Congratulations Maxi Domke for her successful doctoral thesis defense on “Knowledge Management for Climate Change Adaptation – A Multi-Level Governance Analysis of Environmental Management in Ethiopia “! Her main supervisor, Prof. Pretzsch, said that she completed her doctoral study on…

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Research on Bamboo Enterprises in Vietnam

Bamboo is one of the most valuable and important non-timber forest products and one of the most important nature’s substitute for the hardwoods. It is known for the strength of the culms, and their straightness, smoothness, lightness, so it is…

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Examining forest sector interdependence in Ethiopia

I am Busha Teshome, working on my doctoral thesis with the topic Cluster analysis of the forestry sector in Ethiopia. My research contributes to the WoodCluster project at our university’s institute. A Cluster is a geographic concentrations of interconnected companies,…

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