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Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm. 110 Moon Library.

Dr. M. Todd Walter, "A trickle of water running through some dirt" - Ecohydrology and nutrient biogeochemistry
Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm. 110 Moon Library. Cornell Soil and Water Lab

Capstone Talk, G.A.F. Dewi, "Indigenous Food Revitalization in Upstate New York"
Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 9:30 am - 10:30 am. Marshall 213.

Adaptive Peaks Seminar Series: Dr. Katharina Dittmar
Thursday, March 5, 2015, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm. 5 Illick Hall. Event Website

Environmental Science News

SU News: MakerSpace Is Making a Difference

(Makerspace taught an ESF graduate to use 3D printing to design innovative biodegradable fishing lures for his company. 2/23/15) READ MORE

Daily Orange: Divest SU and ESF hold panel event to kickoff Divestment Week

(Nearly 60 students attended the event in Nifkin Lounge, which began with a panel of three student activists from ESF and SU. 2/10/15) READ MORE

Rosen Fellowships Send Students into the World
SUNY 4E: Breaking with Tradition to Increase Collaboration
Dr. Murphy in Huffington Post: Now Is the Time for National Water Resource Policy

(In his Huffington Post blog this month, Dr. Murphy calls for establishing a policy to govern sustainable water management in the US. 1/14/15) READ MORE

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Environmental Science at ESF

Environmental science at ESF is an interdisciplinary degree program that takes full advantage of its location within an environmentally focused college. The program offers students a tremendous variety of courses and faculty members to choose from, excellent facilities for research and field study, and a level of faculty expertise that is rarely found at other colleges.

The faculty members who deliver the program perform teaching, research and public service activities to promote environmental practices that will improve the lives of people within New York state and around the world.

The program's objectives are to prepare students who:

  • Will engage in environmental work while employed by government agencies and industry or in private consulting jobs that specialize in public works and the inventory, management, design, use, restoration and protection of natural and cultural resources,
  • Are prepared to enter advanced academic studies involved with any of the many aspects of environmental science, and
  • Will continue to develop the knowledge and skills needed to adapt to changing technological, environmental and business conditions to the benefit of society, employer and self.

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