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SUNY Blog: 2014 REDC Awards Set to Boost Economic Development Around SUNY Campuses

(ESF received $500,000 to incorporate green infrastructure into the planned Academic Research Building. 12/12/14) DETAILS

North Country Public Radio: Introducing the Adirondack Park's "new" Great South Woods

(ESF's Newcomb Campus is taking the lead on the Adirondack Park's "new" Great South Woods Initiative. 12/17/14) DETAILS

Pensacola News Journal: Invasive species are threatening our ecosystem

(Ph.D. student Maureen Durkin had her research featured in this article on the effects of invasive species on ecosystems on the Florida Gulf Coast. 12/12/14) DETAILS

Syracuse.com: Red Cup Project art installation brings heaps of trash to Hanover Square

(SU and ESF students created an art installation in downtown Syracuse this weekend, to raise awareness of sustainability and college party culture. 12/8/14) DETAILS

Mighty Oaks Top Albany Pharmacy

The Mighty Oaks men's basketball team got a much-needed win, 77-64, over the Panthers of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Dec. 6.

ESF Confers Degrees

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) celebrated the accomplishments of its newest graduates in a Convocation ceremony Friday at Hendricks Chapel.

Woody Biomass Program receives $3.5 million from Energy Dept

(The money will fund work to lower costs, assess crop quality, and improve harvest and processing operations. 12/14) DETAILS

Students Find More Than Service Opportunities with APO

When ESF junior Deena Samantha Lucas decided to join Alpha Phi Omega (APO) fraternity, she had no idea what she was getting herself into. She said she decided to pledge during the spring 2013 semester because she had heard that the organization, a co-ed non-PanHellenic fraternity open to both ESF and Syracuse University students, offered opportunities to serve the community and make friends.

Oh the Places You'll Go...

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