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ESF News

Zachary Smith's Commencement Speech

Zachary Smith, the student speaker at ESF's December Commencement ceremony, shared his view of what binds his classmates together. His address is here in its entirety. (12/12)

Commencement Celebrates 'Stumpies...Because We Care'

"If my time here at ESF has shown me anything, it is that what brought us all here to ESF is the concern over something greater than ourselves. Because in the end, we are Stumpies because we care," said Zachary Smith, student speaker for ESF's December graduation ceremonies. (12/8)

ESF Alumna Named Schwarzman Scholar

An alumna of the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) has been named a Schwarzman Scholar in the master's degree program at Tsinghua University in Beijing. (12/8)

ESF Celebrates December Commencement

The College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) will award 174 degrees, including 40 master's degrees and 12 Doctor of Philosophy degrees, during the 2017 December Commencement 2 p.m. Dec. 8 at Hendricks Chapel. (12/7)

ESF Discovery Could Advance Cancer Research

Two members of the ESF community-undergraduate Mike Jorgensen and Dr. Jose Giner, an associate professor of chemistry - recently published a paper in the prestigious Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS) that reports a discovery with the potential to help advance the field of medicine, particularly the study of cancer. (12/6)

Senior Accomplishes Goal: ‘Publish in a Journal’

Midway through his senior year, Mike Jorgensen is a co-author on a paper recently published in the prestigious Journal of the American Chemical Society. He and Dr. Jose Giner, a natural products chemist at ESF, were part of a team that made a discovery involving hedgehog proteins with positive implications for the study of cancer biology. (12/6)

ESF Students Participate in SEA Semester Program

Alexandra Cormack and Joseph Benz, students at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry, are sailing on an ocean research voyage to study human impact on Caribbean coral reef ecosystems. (11/29)

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