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‘Jet’ Lewis Builds Busy Life as ESF Sophomore

Jet'aime "Jet" Lewis is not one to shy away from an opportunity for involvement. She is chief communications officer in the Undergraduate Student Association, an officer in the pre-vet club, a resident adviser in Centennial Hall, a researcher in Dr. Christopher Whipps' wildlife studies lab and an assistant in the sustainability office. Lewis is a sophomore environmental biology major from Murrieta, California. (1/17)

Tigers Could Roam Again in Central Asia, Scientists Say

A study, involving researchers from ESF, that was published online in the journal "Biological Conservation" lays out the options for restoring tigers to Central Asia and identifies a promising site in Kazakhstan that could support a population of nearly 100 tigers within 50 years. (1/17)

ESF Chemistry Professor Appointed VP for Research

Dr. Christopher T. Nomura, a professor in the Department of Chemistry at ESF, has been appointed vice president for research at the college. (1/10)

ESF Alumnus Wins Award for Sustainable Dog Treats

A dog treat company founded by ESF alumnus Michael Amadori won Green America's People & Planet Award. (12/16)

Dedication to Environment Brings Student to ESF from Mexico

In August, Paulina Casasola took the nearly 3,000-mile journey from Mexico City to the ESF campus to start her freshman year as an environmental studies major. (12/13)

ESF December Graduates Join Alumni Ranks

ESF celebrated the accomplishments of its newest graduates during commencement ceremonies Friday at Hendricks Chapel. (12/9)

AASHE Recognizes ESF for Sustainability Innovations

ESF has been lauded by the leading organization promoting sustainability innovations in higher education. (12/6)

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