Dr. Neil Thompson, Ph.D. Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, University of Northern British Columbia, 2017; B.Sc. Forestry, University of Maine, 2013.
Dr. Thompson serves in a 50% teaching and 50% research capacity. His research mandate is to support the mission of the Cooperative Forestry Research Unit, an applied research body that involves most of the industrial landowners in Maine. His work in a collaborative capacity has ranged from spruce budworm population monitoring to songbird habitat use, and his primary research includes both remote sensing and GIS-based analyses, and controlled experiments on the landscape addressing questions of interest to industrial landowners and state agencies.
Dr. Nicole Rogers, Ph.D. Natural Resources, Concentration in Quantitative Silviculture (2019), University of Vermont; M.S. Sustainable Forest Management, Concentration in Forest Biometrics and Geomatics (2013), Oregon State University; B.S. Forest Ecosystem Science and Conservation (2010), University of Maine.
Dr. Rogers enjoys working with students in our living laboratories and encouraging women to pursue the sciences.
Jeffrey Dubis, M.S. Forest Management, University of Maine, 1994; B.S. Forest Management, University of Maine, Orono, 1991; A.A.S. Forest Technology, SUNY Wanakena, NY, 1989.
Professor Dubis also serves as the Division Chair of Natural & Behavioral Sciences and Program Coordinator for Forestry.