Global Teaching Academy

Kenneth McNabbh

Mosley Environmental Professor, Extension Specialist, and International Program Coordinator
School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University.

    Areas of Expertise
  • Outreach methodologies and administration
  • International education
  • Plantation establishment and nurseries
  • International forestry
    Previous Appointments
  • Interim Special Assistant to the Provost for International Education, Office of the Provost, Auburn University (2007-2010)
  • Forestry & Wildlife Extension Coordinator, Alabama Cooperative Extension System (2003-2007)
  • Director of the Southern Forest Nursery Management Cooperative (1994-2004)
  • Artificial Regeneration Extension Specialist (1989-present)
  • Farm Forestry Research Advisor for the USAID Pakistan Forestry Planning & Development Project (1985-1988)
  • Research Forester for Jari Forest Products, Monte Dourado, ParĂ¡, Brazil (1974-1980)

Winner of numerous Extension awards including the Society of American Foresters national Technology Transfer Award (2010). Past chair of the SAF International Forestry Working group and member of the World Forestry Committee. Twelve book chapters, 9 refereed journal articles, 54 non-refereed articles, 7 videos, 68 professional meetings organized, 109 state/county presentations, 44 regional presentations, 16 international presentations. Total grantsmanship $2,172K as PI and 816K as Co-PI. Fluent in Brazilian Portuguese, Moderate level Spanish.

International consultancies in Pakistan, Cape Verde Islands, Romania, and Brazil. Teaches a class in International Forestry. Extensive academic interchange activities with Brazil through the coordination of student and faculty interchange, multiple team field research missions, professional tours, and five academic interchange agreements.

Inaugural Faculty Member

Kenneth McNabb

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Last Updated: January 29, 2014