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Wednesday, October 7, 2015
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ESF Faculty, Students Help Set Guinness World Record

A group of people on the ESF campus can now boast about being Guinness World Record holders. (10/6)

‘Great Experience’ Takes Grad Student to Bulgaria

ESF graduate student Rachelle McKnight spent the summer of 2015 living in the tiny Bulgarian town of Nanovitsa, hiking about four hours a day through the Eastern Rhodope mountains and monitoring a small herd of friendly de-domesticated horses that were curious enough about humans to break into her tent. (10/6)

EPA Regional Administrator to Speak Oct. 6 at ESF

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Regional Administrator Judith Enck will deliver a short talk and presentation titled, "Climate Change: A Call to Action," at ESF Oct. 6. Enck's remarks will be followed by a discussion question-and-answer period. (9/30)

Leader in American Chestnut Restoration To Receive ESF’s Feinstone Award

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) will present the 2015 Sol Feinstone Environmental Award to Herbert F. Darling Jr., celebrating his leadership and outstanding efforts toward restoring the American chestnut tree. (9/30)

Job Offers And No College Loans

There are two things that aren't unusual for students in ESF's paper engineering program: graduating with a job already lined up and finishing school with little to no debt. (9/29)

Near-Extinct Snail Coaxed into Reproduction at ESF

The endangered Chittenango ovate amber snail (COAS), found only in one location alongside a Central New York waterfall, has achieved a step crucial to its recovery: captive breeding in an ESF laboratory. (9/28)

SEO Steers NYC Student to ESF for Conservation Biology

The first time Jason Bonet heard about the Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) Scholars he was a high school student who was hooked when he learned program participants got the chance to travel and have "crazy" experiences. Now, as an ESF student beginning his junior year as a conservation biology major, Bonet continues to immerse himself in environmental science, the field that has been his interest since he was a freshman in high school. (9/17)

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