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The SUNY-ESF Alumni Association has served ESF alumni since 1925. Association programs attract the support and participation of our more than 19,000 alumni. We look forward to serving you and welcome your suggestions for the future. Contact us at email@example.com.
Upcoming Alumni Events
May Graduation Toast
Wednesday, May 6, 2015, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Gateway Center .
Metropolitan New York Alumni Reception
Thursday, May 21, 2015, 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm. Scarsdale Golf Club, Hartsdale, NY.
New Student Ice Cream Social
Sunday, August 30, 2015, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm. Gateway Center Concourse.
Senior Reunion & Alumni and Family Fall BBQ Weekend 2015
September 24 - 26, SUNY ESF Campus. 2015 Senior Reunion and Alumni & Family Fall BBQ
News of Interest
Daily Orange: Bike-sharing initiative to start allowing students to freely rent bikes by end of the month
(Dr. Melissa Fierke and the ESF Bike Library are mentioned in this Daily Orange article about the launch of the SU bike sharing program. 3/4/15) READ MORE
Auburn Citizen: March to Lake Day set for Saturday
(Dr. Greg Boyer will be one of the speakers on the health and ecology of Owasco Lake. 3/4/15) READ MORE
U Buffalo News: Students start construction on solar house
(Members of ESF Landscape Architecture are part of the design and build team for this solar house that produces twice as much energy as it uses. 2/19/15) READ MORE
Huffington Post Green: Baby Tortoises Born On Galapagos Island For The First Time In A Century
(Dr. James Gibbs is quoted in this article on the discovery of baby tortoises on Pinzon Island. 3/3/15) READ MORE
WRVO: Record cold will help some plants, hurt others
(Landscape Architecture Professor Tim Toland was interviewed on how this winter's cold is affecting plants. Listen at the link. 3/3/15) READ MORE