Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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Egyptian19690117SIU.tif
Egyptian19690117SIU.tif
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TranscriptSIU grad first | Malawi forester
Wben Winfleld M. NiSovl re¬ turned IO his native country of Malawi in Africa Jan. 11 he was the first professionally trained forester In the Fores¬ try Office of the Republic of Malawi.
Ndovi finished his work for a rooster's degree at SIU be¬ fore leaving Jan. 8 for the long plane trip to Malawi. His major field of study was In forest economics. He pre¬ pared a thesis on "Land and Natural Resources Use Ex¬ pectations and Organizational Alternatives for Malawi."
He came to SIU In 1963 to liegln his undergraduate studies In forestry under an African-American Institute scholarship program. He was graduated In June, 1967. with a bachelor's degree In general forestry before beginning graduate studies. He also had student work pan-time In the SIU forestry depan- ment. Although he had no advance appointment when re¬ turning to his native country, he expects to tako a position In the Malawi forestrv office.
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