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A "Hero of Conservation"

ESF student Matt Rothrock was named one of the year's six "Heroes of Conservation" in Central New York by Syracuse.com and The Post-Standard. Matt, a senior, is secretary of the ESF FORCES (Friends of Recreation, Conservation and Environmental Stewardship) club, which works to engage park patrons and partners in volunteer service projects. He was nominated by Thomas Hughes, an ESF alum and natural resource biologist for N.Y. state parks. Read more »

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paul hirschPresidential Fellow Focuses on Collaboration
Environmental Studies faculty member Paul Hirsch is working on improving interdisciplinary collaboration. Read more »

landscape architecture honorsLandscape Architecture Professors Receive ASLA Awards
Associate Professor Timothy Toland and Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus George Curry were honored. Read more »

bioenergy grantMajor Grant for Bioenergy
The USDOE awarded ESF up to $3 million to help reduce the cost of delivering bioenergy feedstocks to biorefineries. Read more »

r e uREU Takes Students into Field, Labs
Five ESF students participated in the highly competitive, NSF-funded Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. Read more »

design intelligenceLandscape Architecture Program Nationally Ranked
ESF is ranked third in the East with Penn State and Cornell in America's Best Architecture and Design Schools. Read more »

bioblitzU.S. News Places ESF Among the Best
U.S. News & World Report ranks ESF 30th among the nation's top public universities in the 2015 edition of Best Colleges. Read more »

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