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Tuesday, February 9, 2016
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The Cheer Fun of It

The thrill of being "the Big S" is Taylor Della Rocco's favorite part of being a member of the Syracuse University cheer team. (2/4)

Ph.D. Student Appointed to Federal Advisory Panel

Xiaoliang Yang, an ESF Ph.D. candidate in environmental and natural resources policy, has been appointed to a two-year term on the National Coal Council, the advisory panel to the U.S. secretary of energy. (2/1)

Study Cross-Links Pollution Extremes to Race, Socio-Economic Status

A research team that includes Dr. Mary Collins of the ESF Department of Environmental Studies highlights the cross-link between toxic pollution, race, and socio-economic status in a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal "Environmental Research Letters." (1/27)

ESF Participates in SUNY Training for University Police

State University of New York Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher and University Police Commissioner Paul Berger announced recently that 24 officers from throughout SUNY recently completed a national Fair and Impartial Policing (FIP) training program in Syracuse. The officers will begin providing training to their colleagues on campus and regionally throughout 2016. (1/25)

New Honor for the Chancellor: A Namesake Beetle

SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher has collected a lot of honors in her distinguished career but the one bestowed recently will stand out as unusual in her lengthy resume. Joining the official list of known species in the animal kingdom isZimpherus nancae, a previously undescribed beetle from Venezuela. ESF President Quentin Wheeler, one of two scientists who reported the discovery in "The Coleopterists Bulletin," presented Zimpher with a framed image of the new beetle during a meeting in Albany. (1/25)

Basketball Team Wins Back-to-back Games

The men's basketball team was in action the weekend of Jan. 16 and 17, going 2-0 in back-to-back games.

2,000 Water Samples = One Busy Chemistry Lab

ESF chemists have taken a leading role in protecting New York's lakes and the millions of people who use them from the toxic effects of harmful algal blooms. (1/12)

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