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Researching the Decline in Songbirds

Studying the Decline in Songbirds

Shannon Buckley Luepold, who earned her master's degree from ESF, is researching young rusty blackbirds to learn more about the complex connections between human activities and the rapid decline of the species. "It's not a simple good or bad, black or white sort of scenario," Luepold said from Manchester, England, where she currently resides. "It depends a lot on the context." Her results are published in the journal "The Condor: Ornithological Applications." Read more »

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Leader in American Chestnut Restoration To Receive Feinstone AwardHerbert F. Darling Jr. to Receive Feinstone Award
ESF will present the 2015 Feinstone Award to Herbert F. Darling Jr. for his work to restore the American chestnut. Read more »

Near-Extinct Snail Coaxed into Reproduction at ESFNear-Extinct Snail Coaxed into Reproduction at ESF
Working in Rebecca Rundell's lab, grad student Cody Gilbertson is working to save the Chittenango ovate amber snail. Read more & view video »

‘Great Experience’ Takes Grad Student to Bulgaria"Great Experience" Takes Grad Student to Bulgaria
Rachelle McKnight spent the summer of 2015 monitoring a small herd of de-domesticated horses. Read more & view video »

U S News Ranks ESF among the BestUS News Ranks ESF among the Best
ESF has earned a place among the top universities in America for 2016, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report. Read more »

Fall Sports Underway at ESFFall Sports Underway at ESF
The Mighty Oaks are beginning their first season of conference play. Action gets underway in five sports. Read more »

princeton reviewESF is a "College That Pays You Back..."
says The Princeton Review, which also ranks ESF #10 among the "top 25 best schools for making an impact." Read more »

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