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ESFHS Campus Visit
Tuesday, October 13, 2015, 9:00 am - 1:30 pm. Event Space, Gateway Center.
Department of Chemistry Seminar Series: Drs. Dianne Poster and Michael Postek
Wednesday, October 14, 2015, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm. 148 Baker Laboratory.
ESFHS Campus Visit
Thursday, October 15, 2015, 9:00 am - 1:30 pm. Event Space, Gateway Center.
The New York Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation Annual Meeting
Saturday, October 17, 2015, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. 110 Moon Library. Event Website
ESF in the Media
- Syracuse.com: Syracuse deer meeting, which would include 'bait and kill' discussion, rescheduled:
Dr. Brian Underwood and grad student Nick Piedmonte will be two of the experts who will talk at the meeting next week. 10/9/15
- Watertown Daily Times: With class:
Students from the Ranger School are featured in a WDT photo gallery, clearing brush for a Communication and Safety class. 10/12/15
- Rolling Harbour: Tuna the piping plover guest-blogs:
A piping plover banded by ESF researcher Michelle Stantial features in a whimsical article illustrating the data gathering enabled by banding. 10/9/15
- Pensacola News Journal: Group: Coastal bird protection paramount:
ESF grad student Maureen Durkin is working to conserve snowy plover populations by reducing their mortality due to human traffic. 10/8/15
- Cazenovia Preservation Foundation Talk: Trees: Shade and Much More:
Emmanuel Carter will give a talk on the benefits of community tree cover in Cazenovia on Oct 29. 10/15
Alumni, Parents & Friends
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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Both the ESF men's and women's soccer teams came away with victories over Paul Smith's College Friday night, Oct. 10, in the 5th annual Barkeater Cup matches at David W. Murphy Field at Onondaga Community College.
The Mighty Oaks women's soccer team finished with a 1-1 tie in a non-conference match against Broome Community College Oct. 7.
A former ESF graduate student's research into the lives - and deaths - of young rusty blackbirds could help scientists learn more about the complex connections between human activities and the well-being of rapidly declining species.
A group of people on the ESF campus can now boast about being Guinness World Record holders.
ESF graduate student Rachelle McKnight spent the summer of 2015 living in the tiny Bulgarian town of Nanovitsa, hiking about four hours a day through the Eastern Rhodope mountains and monitoring a small herd of friendly de-domesticated horses that were curious enough about humans to break into her tent.
It was another busy weekend of ESF athletics as all varsity sports teams were in action to start October.
The Mighty Oaks were on the road against HVIAC opponent Davis College on Sept. 30.