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Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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ESF Welcomes Strong Class for Fall 2016

ESF is welcoming approximately 327 first-year students to campus this fall. (8/23)

Alumna's Career Changes But Environmental Focus Remains

More than 20 years after she was a graduate student at ESF, Christine Earley Strickland, M.S. '95, can identify the course that changed her thinking. "My wildlife ecology class completely changed my perspective on wildlife management. Because of it, I was able to be neutral on hunting when I later worked with a land conservation organization," she said. (8/19)

Yoga Peaks Revitalizes Mind and Body

The Northern Forest Institute at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry's (ESF) Newcomb Campus will host Yoga Peaks, an Adirondack retreat featuring yoga, art and philosophy at the Masten House on Henderson Lake. Beginner and advanced yogis are welcome for daily yoga meditation sessions, enriching conversation and inquiry around yoga philosophy, outdoor adventures, and expression through illustration from Aug. 26 to 28. (8/15)

DEC Accepts Great South Woods Report For Planning Review

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) accepted recommendations for expanding recreation opportunities within the Great South Woods (GSW) from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF). (8/15)

Alumna Launches Career with Saws and Llamas

Lauren Bartl FNRM '15 thought she was headed to Colorado to spend the summer working indoors at visitors center when an injury to a co-worker nudged Bartl into a job that has her working outside and living in a tent for days at a time. And she likes it. (8/8)

NYC Students Learn Hands-on Science

Twenty high school students from New York City will spend a week at ESF this summer, immersing themselves in hands-on science. (8/5)

SRC Fellowship Supports Student in Battle against Mosquitoes

A chemical compound - new to science and never before identified - is being investigated by an ESF doctoral student who is working to replicate it so it can be tested as a weapon in the battle against disease-transmitting mosquitoes. (8/1)

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