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Thursday, November 20, 2014
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Professor Ramarao Honored With Andrew Chase Award

Professor Bandaru V. Ramarao, a professor in ESF's Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering, was honored with this year's Andrew Chase Award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Forest Bioproducts Division (FBD) recognizing his outstanding scientific contributions to the field of forest bioproducts and leadership and service to the division. (11/20)

ESF Professor Earns Distinguished Faculty Honor

Dr. Stephen V. Stehman, a faculty member at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), was named Distinguished Teaching Professor by the SUNY Board of Trustees. (11/14)

ESF to Celebrate International Education Week

ESF to celebrate International Education Week starting Nov. 16. (11/12)

Mighty Oaks Men's XC Team Are Four-Time National Champs

The Mighty Oaks men's cross country team brought home its fourth United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Cross Country National Championship Nov. 7 at Drumlins. The ESF women's team finished third. (11/7)

Women's Soccer Team Defeats Albany Pharmacy

The Mighty Oaks women's soccer team needed 104 minutes of toughness and grit against blistering winds and a rain-drenched night in West Virginia to defeat Albany Pharmacy 1-0 in its first game of 2014 USCAA Soccer National Championships. (11/7)

Blight-Resistant American Chestnut Trees Take Root at ESF

Scientists at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) are growing the first American chestnut trees that can withstand the blight that virtually eliminated the once-dominant tree from the eastern United States. (11/5)

New Frog Species Identified along East Coast

Researchers have identified a new species of leopard frog living in largely urban areas in the Interstate 95 corridor from the metropolitan tri-state area as far south as North Carolina. A scientist from the New York Natural Heritage Program, which is administered through ESF, contributed to a report Oct. 29 in the journal "PLOS ONE" that the new species has been named the Atlantic Coast leopard frog. (10/29)

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