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Mortarboards Fly and Students Become Alumni

With a turn of the tassels, a toss of caps and four days of ceremonies, more than 450 ESF students became ESF alumni this weekend.

(5/14)

ESF Announces Career Fellows for 2018

Nineteen students at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) were named Career Fellows for 2018, which will support their studies of subjects ranging from wolverines in Mongolia to ecosystem health in Ghana and post-hurricane rebuilding in Puerto Rico. Career Fellowships support internships, interdisciplinary projects and conference attendance for undergraduate and graduate students. ESF Career Fellows are exceptional students who seek to pursue experiences that shape their academic and professional development. (5/10)

ESF Students Named SUNY Scholar-Athletes

Shannon Gordinier and Marissa Lathrop are the recipients of the prestigious 2018 SUNY Chancellor's Scholar-Athlete Award. (5/8)

14 ESF Students Set for Volunteer Work in Puerto Rico

Fourteen ESF students will travel to Puerto Rico this summer as part of a State University of New York (SUNY) and overall New York state effort to support recovery efforts on the island. (5/7)

ESF Announces Commencement Weekend Activities

The College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) will confer more than 450 degrees during Commencement exercises 3 p.m. Saturday, May 12, at the SRC Arena and Events Center, Syracuse. (5/7)

ESF Honors Conservation Scientist Eleanor J. Sterling

Dr. Eleanor J. Sterling will be presented with an Honorary Degree during Commencement ceremonies for the College of Environmental Science and Forestry May 12. (5/4)

Researchers Find Whole Genome Duplication Has Occurred Many Times during Evolution of Insects

A team of researchers headed by Assistant Professor Rebecca Rundell of ESF and Michael Barker of the University of Arizona has uncovered evidence for genome duplication in the most diverse animals on Earth-the insects. The team's work was published online April 19 in the prestigious journal,Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (5/3)

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