Last Day of Classes
Friday, December 6, 2013,
Invited Lecture: Implications of Climate Change on Water Resources and Stream Temperature
Friday, December 6, 2013, 11:40 am - 12:35 pm. Baker Labs 408 Conference Room.
December 7 - 8,
("Researchers are using the latest technology to scan the waters of Lake Ontario. In May, officials launched a high-tech Autonomous Underwater Vehicle near SUNY Oswego. It is launched every five years." 12/3/13)
("SUNY-ESF has introduced a website that provides fact sheets, cost benefit models, training information, research results, and examples relevant to living snow fences in New York State and beyond." 12/3/13)
("Wheeler calls ESF's campus, tucked on the back of the University Hill, a gem that he wants more people to know about." 12/4/13)
("Dr. Gibbs, who helped set up the tortoise cam, has his students reviewing the video as it's posted to the Internet. And they've made an interesting discovery: Some of the tortoises are camera hogs." 11/27/13)
(Everyone at ESF has a story about Neil's care for the campus, the students, and the community. 12/1/13)
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: