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Tuesday, June 28, 2016
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Newcomb Campus Hosts Sculptor as Artist-in-residence

Sculptor George Bumann, a member of the ESF Class of '98, is the fourth artist-in-residence at the Newcomb Campus, and will be in residence June 29 through July 27. (6/20)

Secret Lives of Amazonian Fishes Revealed by Chemicals Stored in Their Ear-stones

Fish species that are both economically and ecologically important in South America live mysterious lives. Scientists know relatively little about the thousands of fish species living in the world's largest river system. An ESF-led research team has published a study that reports on the use of chemical analysis of ear-stones or "otoliths" as a way to tease out a fish's life story, potentially revealing its migratory routes and the environments it encountered in its travels. (6/8)

ESF Landscape Architecture Students Receive ASLA Honors

Six students in ESF's Department of Landscape Architecture received honors from the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA). (6/7)

Student's Project Dishes Up Food to Those in Need

Samantha Moore Guillaume still has two years to go before she graduates from ESF with a degree in sustainable energy management. Already, the wheels are turning and she is thinking about career options. In the meantime, she created a project that keeps food out of the waste stream and into the hands of those who need it. (6/7)

Dr. Stewart Diemont Receives Teaching Award

Dr. Stewart Diemont, an assistant professor at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), has received the 2016 ESF College Foundation Award for Exceptional Achievement in Teaching. (6/7)

Dr. Stephen Stehman Named ESF Exemplary Researcher

Dr. Stephen Stehman, a professor in ESF's Department of Forest and Natural Resources Management was named the college's Exemplary Researcher for 2016-17. (6/7)

ESF Student Finalist for Olmsted Scholar Award

Kathryn Chesebrough, a recent graduate of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), was a finalist for the National Olmsted Scholar award. The award is presented by the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF). (6/7)

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