New Student Orientation Trip
The 7th Annual ERFEG New Student Orientation Trip from September 19 - 21st, 2008 at SUNY ESF's facilities at Huntington Wildlife Forest in Newcomb, NY, was a huge success. ERFEG Faculty members Chuck Kroll and Stewart Diemont, their children, and 21 students participated in this event, which included hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camp fires, and most importantly getting to know each other.
- Farther from the Forest: ‘Eye-opening’ Study Shows Rural U.S. Loses Forests Faster than Cities
- ESF Professor Awarded Research Grant
- Darwin Celebrated in Moon Library
- Urban Design Experts to Speak at Green Building Conference
- ESF Alum Honored by White House
- ESF One of Princeton Review's "Colleges That Pay You Back"
- Former ESF President Whaley Honored by NY Bar Association
- ESF Junior Honored as 'Unsung Hero'
- ‘Jet’ Lewis Builds Busy Life as ESF Sophomore
- Tigers Could Roam Again in Central Asia, Scientists Say
- ESF Chemistry Professor Appointed VP for Research
- ESF Alumnus Wins Award for Sustainable Dog Treats
- Dedication to Environment Brings Student to ESF from Mexico
- ESF December Graduates Join Alumni Ranks
- AASHE Recognizes ESF for Sustainability Innovations
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