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2015
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  • Monday, January 5, 2015

    Kiln Drying Workshop
    9:00 am - 3:30 pm. SUNY-ESF Campus, Baker Laboratory. This workshop provides practical knowledge about how to effectively kiln dry wood, and focuses on the science behind related wood properties and drying processes. The instruction and topics are of interest and value to novice and experienced kiln operators as well as yard, sales, purchasing, marketing, and manufacturing managers. University professors and various industry experts instruct in the classroom and through hands-on lab exercises using our modern kiln.
    Sponsor: Department of Sustainable Construction Management & Engineering & ESF Outreach | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6888

  • Tuesday, January 27, 2015

    Bibliographies and in-text citations made easy
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm. 110 Moon Library. Have you heard about citation managers? Managing your research articles and citing them can be a time consuming task. There are many tools, called citation managers, available to make this task easier, streamline the reading and citation process, and make creating bibliographies easy. Join Jessica and learn about Zotero, RefWorks, and Mendeley to find out which one will best suit your needs. All are welcome. Undergraduate and graduate students are especially invited to attend.
    Sponsor: Moon Library | Contact: Jessica Clemons, 3154706724

  • Tuesday, February 3, 2015

    Open Publishing
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm. 110 Moon Library. ESF, SUNY, and Academe need to develop strategies for sustainable provision of information resources to faculty and students. One major effort in the area is the development of open educational resources (journals, articles, textbooks, etc.) Moon Library Director Steve Weiter will discuss the strategies focused on by Moon Library and the importance of these initiatives to the future of scholarship at ESF and at large.
    Sponsor: Moon Library | Contact: Jessica Clemons, 3154706724

  • Tuesday, February 10, 2015

    Digital Commons @ ESF
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm. 110 Moon Library. What is an institutional repository? An IR is a digital repository and publication platform designed to collect, preserve, and make accessible the scholarly output of ESF faculty, students, and staff. Launched in November 2014, join us to learn about how the Digital Commons @ ESF can help make your work more visible, allow non-traditional documents to become citable, showcase student work, and more.
    Sponsor: Moon Library | Contact: Jessica Clemons, 3154706724

  • Friday, February 13, 2015

    Conversations in the Disciplines: Depolarizing the Environment.
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm. SUNY-ESF Campus, Gateway Center. From land use conflict to climate change to hydrofracking to a host of other issues, why are environmental issues so polarizing? Is it political opportunism? Is it scientific ignorance? Is it an academic monoculture, insulated from the realities of the world? What avenues, if any, exist for constructive engagement across political divides? What can we do as academics to promote constructive discussion at the difficult interface of environment, politics, culture and science? Join us at SUNY-ESF for a thought-provoking Conversations in the Disciplines on the topic “Depolarizing the Environment." We will explore how the science of the environment can be better engaged with the political and social realms we inhabit, and how to foster a culture of intellectual openness at the difficult interface of environment, politics, culture and science.
    Sponsor: SUNY Conversation in the Disciplines & SUNY-ESF | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6817

  • Wednesday, February 18, 2015

    Speaker: Boston Schoolyard Initiative
    12:45 pm - 1:45 pm. Baker 146. Guest speaker Kristin Metz was the Director of Education for the Boston Schoolyard Initiative (BSI) from 2000 to 2013. The BSI (http://www.schoolyards.org/) sparked two decades of collaboration across Boston, transforming asphalt schoolyards of 88 elementary schools into centers for community, recreation, and learning. The multi-stakeholder partnership helped Boston Public Schools incorporate outdoor teaching as a routine practice; and influenced science (STEM) teaching on a national level. Kristin Metz is now an Education Consultant helping schools and districts build the capacity to support outdoor teaching and learning. (This event is sponsored by ESF's Graduate Student Association (GSA), and co-hosted with ESF's Outreach Office and the ESF Office of Energy & Sustainability).
    Sponsor: Graduate Student Association & Outreach Office | Contact: Alexandre Poisson, 3157417557

  • Tuesday, February 24, 2015

    Author Profiles
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm. 110 Moon Library. ScopusID, ResearcherID, ScholarID, ResearchGateID, ORCID… There are many ID systems to help researchers identify what work is attributed to them. In this session we will learn about the most popular ID systems, how to find your numbers, and also explore how these numbers can be used to populate biosketches, official CVs for grants, and also how they can bring together your scholarly contributions. No experience required. For a basic primer on a few author IDs, visit: http://libguides.esf.edu/c.php?g=151367&p=1210535
    Sponsor: Moon Library | Contact: Jessica Clemons, 3154706724

  • Tuesday, March 3, 2015

    Advanced Zotero
    12:30 pm - 1:15 pm. 110 Moon Library. Zotero is a popular and user-friendly citation manager. If you’ve gotten started using Zotero (or plan to do it soon), come to this session to learn advanced tips, tricks, and customizations. Jessica will focus on the browser add-on and word plugin. She will mention Zotero apps and other ways to integrate and use Zotero. Please feel free to bring any of your questions.
    Sponsor: Moon Library | Contact: Jessica Clemons, 3154706724

  • Thursday, March 12, 2015

    13th Annual New York State Green Building Conference
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Holiday Inn Syracuse-Liverpool, NY. Join us in March for exciting keynote/plenary presentations, a great exhibitor gallery, & technical sessions on topics including: Green Materials & Resources, High Performance Buildings, Resiliency & Biomimicry, Urban Design, Planning, & Community Development, Renewable Energy & more!
    Sponsor: SUNY ESF, USGBC, Syracuse COE, & USGBC NY Upstate Chapter | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6817

  • Monday, March 16, 2015

    Basic SPARE PV Installation Training
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Gateway Center, Room 240. Our 4-day Basic Photovoltaic Installer Course is board-recognized by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). In this course participants will learn the basics of how to site, design, and install photovoltaic (PV) systems. The course includes sizing systems for both grid-connected and off-grid PV systems. Also, the solar resources and the problems associated with shading, orientation and tilt will be reviewed. Basic sizing and system design in relation to electrical load will be discussed. Safety practices for installers and the study of the electrical code for PV systems will be covered in some detail. Participants will learn about various mounting systems for PV arrays and how they affect roofs. As part of the class, participants will build a working PV system.
    Sponsor: ESF Outreach | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6817

    Rick Fedrizzi Presentation
    5:30 pm - 7:00 pm. Nifkin Lounge. On March 16th at 5:30 PM in Nifkin Lounge, the ESF Sustainable Energy Club will host an exciting presentation by Rick Fedrizzi, the CEO and founding chairman of the U.S. Green Building Council. Mr. Fedrizzi will engage the audience with a presentation followed by a Q&A session.
    Sponsor: Sustainable Energy Club | Contact: Kevin J. Watson, 5163163980

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2015

    Sustaining Energy Savings in a Manufacturing Facility Webinar
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm. Online Webinar. Would you like to learn how to become more energy efficient and reduce your electric bill? If so, plan to attend a webinar we are hosting on Wednesday, March 18 from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT. To register for the following event, please click the link above, and under "Upcoming Webinars" select the registration link Sustaining Energy Savings in a Manufacturing Facility Speaker: Michael L. Stowe, PE, CEM, PEM, CP EnMS-Industrial March 18, 2015 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT Learn how to sustain energy efficiency in your facility by focusing on process operations. In this webinar you will be introduced to methods to improve your energy efficiency including how to get more product per unit of energy input; minimizing energy consumption and how your local utility can provide assistance and incentive programs. The presentation will include examples and case studies. | Contact: Radiation Curing Program, 315-470-4871

  • Monday, March 23, 2015

    Zotero - Moon Library Skill Sharpener Series
    12:45 pm - 1:30 pm. 110 Moon. Managing your research articles and citing them can be a time consuming task. There are many tools available to make this task easier, streamline the reading and citation process, and make creating bibliographies easy. Join Jessica and learn about Zotero - a popular and user-friendly citation manager. All are welcome. Undergraduate and graduate students are especially invited to attend.
    Sponsor: Moon Library | Contact: Jessica Clemons

  • Sunday, April 12, 2015

    Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium & National Outdoor Recreation Conference
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Loews Annapolis Hotel, Annapolis, MD. The Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium fosters quality information exchange between recreation and travel resource managers and researchers throughout North America. The forum provides opportunities for managers from different agencies, states, and governmental levels to discuss current issues and problems in the field. The Symposium also provides students with the opportunity of presenting their research in a setting that is both positive and constructive. This year, NERR will be held in conjunction with the National Outdoor Recreation Conference in beautiful Annapolis, Maryland. The conference will be jointly hosted by the Society of Outdoor Recreation Professionals (SORP) and NERR. The full Conference is from April 12 - 16, 2015; NERR participants can choose to either attend the full conference, or the NERR portion of the conference only (April 12 - 14, 2015). For more information about the full conference, visit the SORP website at: http://www.recpro.org/2015-conference
    Sponsor: SUNY ESF & Society for Outdoor Recreation Professionals | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6817

  • Wednesday, April 15, 2015

    Student Spotlight On Research and Outreach Judging
    12:45 pm - 2:00 pm. Gateway Center. Undergraduate students will be available at their posters to answer questions. Refreshments will be served. | Contact: Jessica Clemons, 3154706724

  • Thursday, April 16, 2015

    Commercial SPARE PV Installation Training
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Gateway Center, Room 240. In this class, participants will cover the issues associated with larger commercial PV installations which typically have three-phase electrical systems. Weight and wind loading play a major part in the design of large commercial installations, as most commercial buildings have expansive, flat roofs. The class will also look at issues for large, ground-mounted systems and review interconnection issues such as the necessary size of the local service, when a new transformer would be needed, when an entire substation would be needed and when the local utility might need the plant to provide reactive power (VAR support). The economics of these larger systems will also be reviewed. NABCEP requires that a "minimum of 40 of the 58 prescribed hours for certification must cover advanced solar PV installation and design principles and practices addressed in the NABCEP PV Installer Job Task Analysis". This class meets section 3.5.C.III as it is taught by an ISPQ certified instructor. Participants should have taken the Basic SPARE course or have similar knowledge of PV basics. Participants should have a calculator and the skills to operate it.
    Sponsor: ESF Outreach | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6817

  • Monday, April 20, 2015

    Library Resources on the Go! - Moon Library Skill Sharpener Series
    12:45 pm - 1:30 pm. 110 Moon. Whether you’re heading out for exciting field research, taking an online class, or keeping your cool in Syracuse this summer, don’t let that stop you from getting the research information you need. Join library staff for an overview of how you can access library resources off campus and get research assistance from our knowledgeable librarians. Staff will also share tips on using library resources on smartphones and tablets.
    Sponsor: Moon Library | Contact: Ruth Owens

  • Friday, April 24, 2015

    Adirondack Leadership Trek
    SUNY ESF's Newcomb Campus, 6312 State Route 28N Newcomb NY 12852. A unique, intensive and interactive program for leaders on college campuses! Registration now open. Limited space available! This experience focuses on creating leaders equipped to thrive within the complexities of higher education. The Adirondack Leadership Challenge can change people’s lives — time after time, leader after leader. Participants will Spend three days in a wilderness setting, immersing themselves in indoor and outdoor learning activities, experience and apply leadership models that directly influence their performance as a leader and participate in group problem-solving tasks and interactive discussions. $545/person, plus lodging and meals $70/day. To register, email aic@esf.edu.
    Sponsor: SUNY-ESF and SUNY Leadership Institute | Contact: Kristin Pasquino, 518-582-2000

  • Saturday, April 25, 2015

    NYFOA Symposium: The Future of New York Forests at Risk- Working Toward a Comprehensive Solution
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm. ESF Gateway Center. Forests cover 63% of New York State’s land area and provide critical environmental, economic and quality-of-life benefits to society. Most of our current forests are entering the final third of their natural life cycles but, in many parts of the state, are not regenerating the desirable tree species and native understory vegetation that will serve the needs of citizens, wildlife or the forest products industry in the future. Participants and speakers, through discussion and interaction, will assess the capacity of current knowledge, techniques and policies to assure the regeneration of native New York forests. This symposium is presented by the New York Forest Owners Association and co-sponsored by: Audubon New York, Catskill Forest Association, Cornell University College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, New York Department of Environmental Conservation, New York Farm Bureau, SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry, and The Nature Conservancy. Who Should Attend? Any business associated with the forest products industry, environmental organizations, land trusts, maple syrup producers, consulting foresters, farmers whose agricultural interests are impacted by deer, those who value healthy & diverse woodlands as bird and wildlife habitat, organizations interested in forest recreation, including hunting, businesses dependent on tourism, state, county and municipal park authorities, state legislators and the media.
    Sponsor: NYFOA & SUNY-ESF (FNRM & Outreach) | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6888

  • Monday, April 27, 2015

    Blackboard: Finish Strong & Get Ready - Moon Library Skill Sharpener Series
    12:45 pm - 1:30 pm. 310 Baker. Join Librarians Jane and Ruth to learn some tips on finishing up your Spring courses in Blackboard and getting started for the Summer and Fall. Topics covered will include adding content, making content available, how to make your course available, basic gradebook, and tips from experienced Blackboard users. This workshop is intended for new and existing Blackboard users. Faculty and graduate students are invited to attend.
    Sponsor: Moon Library | Contact: Ruth Owens

  • Monday, May 4, 2015

    Pecha Kucha Night
    7:30 pm - 9:30 pm. The Gateway Center. Learn about what goes on in the Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering – research, academics, social life, you name it! Enjoy refreshments from Picasso’s Pastries and Wegman’s Catering Mingle with students and faculty Enter the raffle for cool prizes from Walters Hall President Dr Quentin Wheeler and PBE Department Chair, Dr. Gary Scott. Both are attending to award prizes for the best presentations. Hope to see you there!
    Sponsor: Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering | Contact: Genevieve Nordmark, 315-720-5472

  • Tuesday, May 12, 2015

    7th Annual New York State Biotechnology Symposium
    8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY. This full two day symposium that will feature plenary talks, technical sessions and tours of Brookhaven National Laboratory facilities including the Center for Functional Nanomaterials and National Synchrotron Light Source II. Exciting technical sessions topics, include: Environmental Biotechnology Bioenergy Biomedical and Biopharmaceutical Biotransformation Nanobiotechnology Winemaking: The Original Biotechnology This symposium fosters the exchange of ideas among industry representatives and scientists, academics, students, and other professionals interested in biotechnology; and works to develop synergies and relationships that further advance the field. It has a history of convening the region’s most promising and innovative biotechnology companies and experts, both as speakers and participants, and promises to be the largest and most exciting yet. The mission of the Biotechnology Symposium is to bring together industry representatives and scientists, academics and students, and other professionals interested in biotechnology in order to develop synergies and relationships that further advance the field. The NYS Biotechnology Symposium is hosted by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in partnership with the Research Foundation for the State University of New York, highlighting and raising awareness of the SUNY Networks of Excellence, and in collaboration with the Brookhaven National Laboratory.
    Sponsor: ESF Outreach, the Research Foundation for SUNY, & Brookhaven National Laboratory | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6817

  • Monday, May 18, 2015

    CAMPUS-WIDE ELECTRICAL POWER OUTAGE
    5:00 pm - 9:00 pm. ESF Main Campus - All Buildings (except Baker Lab and New M&O). ELECTRICAL POWER OUTAGE, MAIN CAMPUS, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Scheduled electrical power outage effecting all ESF Main Campus buildings (exceptions: Baker Lab and New M&O). All buildings must be vacated by 5:00 PM. Elevators and certain building systems will be taken out of service in advance of the outage.
    Sponsor: Physical Plant and Facilities | Contact: Peter Marschall, 470-6643

  • Thursday, June 25, 2015

    June Teacher Professional Development Symposium for ESF in the High School Teachers
    9:30 am - 2:30 pm. Heiberg Forest. June Teacher Professional Development Symposium includes: Native Plant Fieldwork at Heiberg Forest with Profs. Abrams and McGee, lunch, and a lesson plan sharing session http://www.esf.edu/campuses/heiberg/ . | Contact: R. Beal, x4867/x6817

  • Thursday, September 24, 2015

    Dr. Peter Klimley Public Lecture “Sharks Beware of Humans, Not Humans Beware of Sharks”
    7:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Illick Hall Room 5. Dr. Peter Klimley, UC Davis Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology is an international expert on shark behavior, conservation and their role as a top predator in oceanic food webs. In his seminar, Dr. Klimley will explain that sharks are at greater risk from humans and explain just why they are so vulnerable to overfishing and also the motivations for protecting shark populations worldwide. All are welcome!
    Sponsor: Department of Environmental and Forest Biology | Contact: Dr. Donald Stewart, 315-470-6924

  • Monday, October 5, 2015

    SUNY SPARE (Solar Power As Renewable Energy) Basic Course: PV Installation & Maintenance
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm. 240 Gateway Center, SUNY-ESF, Syracuse NY & ETM Solar, Endicott, NY. Our 4-day Basic Photovoltaic Installer Course is board-recognized by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). In this course participants will learn the basics of how to site, design, and install photovoltaic (PV) systems. The course includes sizing systems for both grid-connected and off-grid PV systems. Also, the solar resources and the problems associated with shading, orientation and tilt will be reviewed. Basic sizing and system design in relation to electrical load will be discussed. Safety practices for installers and the study of the electrical code for PV systems will be covered in some detail. Participants will learn about various mounting systems for PV arrays and how they affect roofs. As part of the class, participants will build a working PV system.
    Sponsor: ESF Outreach | Contact: Katherina Searing, 315-470-6817

  • Thursday, October 8, 2015

    SURE: Sustainable Practices in Central New York
    4:00 pm - 3:30 pm. Nifkin (Alumni) Lounge. Join expert faculty, researchers, & practitioners from Syracuse and beyond as we explore Sustainability Practices employed in Central NY. These presentations will highlight new environmental services and job opportunities that are being developed in CNY. On Thursday evening, the Sustainable Enterprise Partnership's (SEP) Fetner Sustainability Fellow, Dr. Jeffrey York, Assistant Professor, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder will present on The Emergence of Wind Energy in Colorado: Entrepreneurship, Social Movements, and Industry Evolution. After his presentation, a panel of local representatives will reflect on what his message means to Central NY and we will enjoy a networking reception. On Friday, we will have three panels of experts exploring:Carbon Footprinting & Climate Action Planning with a workshop on each topic; and Environmental Entrepreneurship: The Creative use of Sustainable Energy (CUSE).
    Sponsor: SUNY-ESF & Sustainabile Enterprise Partnership | Contact: Katherina Searing, 470-6888

  • Monday, October 19, 2015

    14th Upstate New York NMR Conference and Structural Biology Symposium
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Gateway Center. The Syracuse Hill Colleges (SUNY-ESF, Syracuse University and SUNY Upstate Medical University) are inviting life science and biotechnology researchers to attend a two day event featuring the 14th Upstate NY NMR Symposium and the 1st Upstate Structural Biology Symposium, to be held October 19 & 20, 2015, at SUNY-ESF's Gateway Center. The two day event features oral presentations and a poster session covering NMR spectroscopy related topics (on day one) and more general structural biology based themes (on day two). The NMR symposium is also dedicated to celebrating the recent installation of the NIH funded Bruker Avance 800 MHz NMR with cryo probe at SUNY-ESF, a project made possible by the enduring collaboration of NMR aficionados from Cornell, Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse. The keynote speakers are Guy Montelione from Rutgers (day one) and Eaton Lattman from the Hauptman-Woodward Institute/SUNY Buffalo (day 2). The program will start at 8 AM on October 19 and end at 5 PM on October 20, with breakfast and lunch provided on both days plus a reception on October 19 during which the poster session will take place. There is no registration fee for the entire event but we ask that you register so that we can plan ahead. We hope that everyone will be able to attend both days, regardless of the interest.
    Sponsor: SUNY-ESF, Syracuse Univesity, Upstate Medical University | Contact: Katherina Searing, 470-6888

  • Tuesday, October 20, 2015

    Career Mapping for Success
    3:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Nifkin Alumni Lounge. Career Preparation - Networking - Self evaluation - Goal Setting Speakers: DR. MARINA ARTUSO, Physics MS. SHARON ALESTALO, WISE program Director Food provided
    Sponsor: GSA | Contact: Fernanda Oliveira, 3152541258

  • Thursday, October 29, 2015

    Everything you need to know to defend
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm. Moon Library 19. All the information you need to know to graduate: paperwork, deadlines, processes.
    Sponsor: GSA and Office of Instruction and Graduate Studies | Contact: Fernanda Oliveira, 3152541258

  • Friday, October 30, 2015

    Talk: Dr. Chengmao LI, "Ecological Civilization Construction in China"
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm. Marshall 213. This talk focuses on the environmental situation and challenges in China today; on the evolution, connotation and targets of ecological civilization construction in China; and on its basic ideas, main tasks, and practice. Dr. LI is Project Director, China Ecological Civilization Research and Promotion Association, Ministry of Environmental Protection of the People’s Republic of China. He is a Visiting Scholar with the Dept. of Environmental Studies, SUNY-ESF, Fall 2015.
    Sponsor: Dept. of Environmental Studies | Contact: David Sonnenfeld, 470-4931

  • Saturday, October 31, 2015

    Dale Travis Lecture: The Future of Fisheries: Choices, Decisions, and the Role of the Arts
    2:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Marshall Auditorium (reception in Nifkin Lounge). This event will highlight the work of ESF fisheries biologist Dr. Karin Limburg, who has worked with a range of fishes all over the globe from the Hudson River to the Grand Canyon and Baltic Sea. She will be joined by several outstanding colleagues working in the fields of aquatic sciences and conservation, in the arts as well as sciences: • Aquatic biologist and writer Dr. John Waldman (Running Silver: Restoring Atlantic Rivers and their Great Fish Migrations); • Artist/writer James Prosek, author of Trout: An Illustrated History, and many other books and articles on fishes; • Photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes, whose underwater photography has appeared in National Geographic and numerous other venues The purpose of the event is to raise awareness about the aquatic environment and future of fisheries. The afternoon begins with a short presentation by each speaker, followed by a public forum/Q&A and finally a reception and book signing. Admission to the lecture and reception is free. Parking will be available on the ESF campus. Mark your calendars now and join us for what promises to be a truly outstanding event!
    Sponsor: Dale L. Travis Public Lecture Series | Contact: Catherine Landis

  • Wednesday, November 4, 2015

    Small Business U.S. Administration Emerging 200 Initiative Graduation
    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Gateway Center. ESF is proud to cosponsor and host the graduation of Syracuse Small Business Leaders from the Emerging 200 initiative, a U.S. Small Business Administration-supported training initiative to accelerate growth of high-potential small businesses. | Contact: Katherina Searing, 470-6888

  • Thursday, November 5, 2015

    Minority & Women-Owned Business Enterprise Trade Fair
    9:00 am - 3:30 pm. SUNY ESF Gateway Center 1 Forestry Drive, Syracuse, NY 13210. Students, staff and faculty are invited to network and build business relationships with the ESF MWBE community.
    Sponsor: NYS MWBE Business Enterprise | Contact: Lisa Campagna, 315-470-6687

  • Wednesday, November 11, 2015

    ERE Open Forum Panel Discussion
    5:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Baker 408. Join us for a panel discussion with alumni in the engineering field to answer YOUR questions and learn what they have to share about:  Career Opportunities  Work-Life Balance  Benefits and Challenges  Negotiation Techniques Please RSVP (by 11/9) and submit topics or questions to: EREAdvisoryCouncil@gmail.com. Food and refreshments will be provided.
    Sponsor: ERE Advisory Council | Contact: Ted Endreny, 470-6533

  • Monday, January 11, 2016

    Kiln Drying Workshop
    159 Baker Laboratory. This workshop provides practical knowledge about how to effectively kiln dry wood, and focuses on the science behind related wood properties and drying processes.
    Sponsor: Outreach | Contact: Katherina Searing, 470-6888

  • Thursday, January 28, 2016

    Introduction to Design of Experiments for UV/EB Scientists and Engineers Webinar
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm. Online Webinar. Design of Experiments (DOE) is a powerful technique that allows the maximum amount of information to be obtained by performing the minimum number of experiments. For those in production, product design, or quality control, knowledge of DOE can dramatically enhance effectiveness in solving problems and optimizing systems. Most experiments not based on DOE concepts, are two-dimensional, i.e. one variable is changed while a response is measured. DOE, on the other hand, varies all of the important variables simultaneously and systematically, thereby examining the response(s) in many dimensions. The webinar will introduce the topic of DOE with particular focus on its value for those in the radiation curing industry. | Contact: Radiation Curing Program, 315-470-4871

  • Thursday, February 25, 2016

    Small Paper Machine Run 1
    7:00 am - 6:00 pm. Pilot Plant Walters Hall. PSE468/668/596 small paper machine run. Paper grade: Straw Paper. Visitors should make appointments in advance.
    Sponsor: Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering | Contact: Klaus Doelle, 315470-6531

  • Thursday, March 3, 2016

    Small Paper Machine Run 2
    8:00 am - 4:00 am. Pilot Plant Walters Hall. PSE468/668/596 Small paper machine run. Paper grade: Cover Grade Visitors should make appointments in advance.
    Sponsor: Depatment of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering | Contact: Klaus Doelle, 315470-6531

  • Thursday, March 10, 2016

    Small Paper Machine Run 3
    8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Walters Hall Pilot Plant. PSE468/668/596 Small 12" paper machine run. Paper grade: Art Paper Visitors should make appointments in advance.
    Sponsor: Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering | Contact: Dr. Klaus Doelle, 315-470-6531

  • Friday, March 25, 2016

    Large 48" Paper Machine Run 1
    Walters Hall Pilot Plant. PSE468/668/596 Large 48" paper machine run. Paper grade: Cover & Art Visitors should make appointments in advance.
    Sponsor: Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering | Contact: Klaus Doelle, 315470-6531

  • Thursday, March 31, 2016

    Small Paper Machine Run 4
    7:00 am - 6:00 pm. Pilot Plant Walters Hall. PSE468/668/596 Small 12" paper machine run. Paper grade: Stock Paper Visitors should make appointments in advance.
    Sponsor: Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering | Contact: Dr. Klaus Doelle, 315470-6531

    At the Tipping Point? A Snapshot of UV LED Curing in North America
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm. Online Webinar. With rapid advances in both chemistry and hardware, UV LEDs are fast becoming an alterniative, or even the standard method for UV curing in certain markets. At the same time, interest in UV LEDs is higher than ever, with a record number of papers addressing UV LED technology scheduled for the upcoming Radtech 2016 conference in May. This 30-minute webinar will provide a brief "snapshot" of progress of UV LEDs for curing inks, coatings, and adhesives. We will examine the state of UV LED curing in various print markets (digital, screen, flexo, offset), as well as in the spot cure industrial adhesives market and for curing UV coatings. | Contact: Sean Nicholson, 315-470-4882

  • Wednesday, April 13, 2016

    WISE Professions: the evolution of collegiate science education
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm. 408 Baker Laboratory. "Not just stitchin' and stirrin'--an alternative view of women's science education" with Prof. Gwen Kay, Graduate Program Director, History, & Director, Honors Program, SUNY Oswego, bringing together research in history of medicine & science, Progressive Era America, & women's history. Kay authored the 2005 American Nurses Association's book of the year (2005) "Dying to be Beautiful: The Fight for Safe Cosmetics" (Ohio State University Press) and edited "Remaking Home Economics: Resourcefulness and Innovation in Changing Times" (University of Georgia Press, 2015) with Sharon Y. Nichols. Presentation is free; Pay Parking in Syracuse University's Irving Ave garage.
    Sponsor: Environmental Scholars Program and the ESF Women's Caucus | Contact: Heather Engelman, 315-470-4752

  • Thursday, April 14, 2016

    14th Annual New York State Green Building Conference
    OnCenter. The New York State Green Building Conference is hosted by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council New York Upstate Chapter and the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems (Syracuse CoE).
    Sponsor: SUNY ESF, Syracuse COE, & USGBC NY Upstate Chapter | Contact: Katherina Searing, 470-6888

  • Friday, April 15, 2016

    Large 48" Paper Machine Run 2
    Pilot Plant Walters Hall. PSE468/668/596 Large 48" paper machine run. Paper grade: Stock Paper Visitors should make appointments in advance.
    Sponsor: Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering | Contact: Klaus Doelle, 315470-6531

    ESFHS Teacher Professional Development Day
    8:30 am - 3:30 pm. 408 Baker .

  • Monday, April 18, 2016

    SUNY SPARE (Solar Power As Renewable Energy) Basic Course: PV Installation & Maintenance
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm. 240 Gateway Center. Our 4-day Basic Photovoltaic Installer Course is board-recognized by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). In this course participants will learn the basics of how to site, design, and install photovoltaic (PV) systems. The course includes sizing systems for both grid-connected and off-grid PV systems. Also, the solar resources and the problems associated with shading, orientation and tilt will be reviewed. Basic sizing and system design in relation to electrical load will be discussed. Safety practices for installers and the study of the electrical code for PV systems will be covered in some detail. Participants will learn about various mounting systems for PV arrays and how they affect roofs. As part of the class, participants will build a working PV system.
    Sponsor: ESF Outreach | Contact: Jacob O'Connell, 470-4705

  • Thursday, April 21, 2016

    Adirondack Leadership Challenge
    ESF Newcomb Campus. The Adirondack Leadership Challenge is a unique, intensive and interactive program for leaders on college campuses. The program combines a stunningly beautiful wilderness environment with leadership development to create an experience that is transformational. Participants will: • Spend three days in a wilderness setting, immersing themselves in indoor and outdoor learning activities • Experience and apply leadership models that directly influence their performance as a leader • Participate in group problem-solving tasks and interactive discussions This experience focuses on creating leaders equipped to thrive within the complexities of higher education. The Adirondack Leadership Challenge can change people’s lives will improve your performance and professionalism, positively impacting your work environment and colleagues.
    Sponsor: Northern Forest Institute & SUNY Leadership Institute | Contact: Daphne Taylor, 518-582-4551

  • Friday, April 22, 2016

    Onondaga Lake: An Important Stop for Birds on an Impressive Journey Photo Exhibit
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Gateway Event Space C. ESF will proudly host the Onondaga Lake Conservation Corps (OLCC) photo exhibit, Onondaga Lake: An Important Stop for Birds on an Impressive Journey. This exhibit represents OLCC's partnership with Audubon New York and Honeywell. Photographs showcase stunning images of migratory birds and waterfowl along the Onondaga Lake shoreline. Onondaga Lake is a priority Audubon Important Bird Area and a vital stop for migratory birds along the Atlantic Flyway. Friends and colleagues from our Central New York community, along with ESF students, faculty and staff are invited to join us for light refreshments, to view the photos, and to meet some of the photographers responsible for this magnificent work.
    Sponsor: ESF Outreach | Contact: Eugene Law, 470-4940

    Moonlighting Spring 2016: Ethics and Earth Day
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Gateway Conference Rooms A and B. Joining ESF President, Dr. Quentin Wheeler, for this special Earth Day event will be Sanjit "Bunker" Roy, Indian social activist and educator who founded the Barefoot College and was named one of Time 100's 100 most influential personalities in 2010 for his work in educating illiterate and semi-literate rural Indians, Meagan Fallone, CEO of Barefoot College International, and Dr. Samuel Gorovitz, Professor of Philosophy and former Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University. Dr. Gorovitz is a leader in the development of the field of medical ethics.
    Sponsor: Office of the President | Contact: Eugene Law, 315-470-4940


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