We invite you to learn more about ESF’s programs for K-12 students and teachers that enhance science, technology, engineering and mathematics learning and professional development.
- ESF in the High School
- STEM Programs
- Environmental Summit
- Environmental Challenge
- Summer Institute for Teachers: Advanced Training Workshop in Alternative Energy
- ESF Science Corps
- SAGE: Sustainable and Green Entrepreneurship
- Introduction to Green Entrepreneurship
- Supplemental Curriculum and Other Resources
- May 7, 2016 Girl's Summit at ESF
Caleb Rudge, a 2016 ESF graduate, will begin his Peace Corps service this month as he heads to Paraguay to begin training as an environmental development volunteer. Rudge will live and work in a community to spearhead local conservation efforts and build a sustainable environment.
"Restoring the Giant Tortoise Dynasties of Galapagos" will be the topic of the Dale L. Travis Public Lecture Series 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the Gateway Center on the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) campus.
Twenty high school students from New York City will spend a week at ESF this summer, immersing themselves in hands-on science.
Ink World Magazine: SUNY ESF Anounces Fall Radiation Curing Courses
Ink World reports on ESF's Fall 2016 Radiation Curing program offerings. 8/2/16 READ MORE
Syracuse.com: Tim Shaughnessy on leadership: Ask questions, be direct and decisive, get your hands dirty
ESF gets a mention in an article featuring educational/industry
Oswego County Today: Bodley Students to Teach About Environment
ESF's Global Environment course for high school students inspired a class to create lesson plans on
The Adirondack Interpretive Center (AIC) at ESF's Newcomb Campus celebrates summer with its first Northern Forest Festival that includes the 5th annual rubber loon race July 16.