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ESF Students, Faculty and Alumni
Amidon and Gilbert present New Forest Economy biorefinery proposal to Cattaraugus County
("Mr. Gilbert, a economic development specialist, said the biorefinery would be at the center of an integrated cluster of businesses and industries that would rely on products produced at the biorefinery." 3/1/14) DETAILS
"Fungal overlord" isn't a job title you see every day on LinkedIn unless you're linked to Matt Gretton.
"This is a fantastic chance for our students to start to envision where they fit into the workforce after graduation," said ESF President Quentin Wheeler, of ESF's 13th Annual Environmental Career Fair.
SUNY-ESF alum's work with invasive mussels covered by NY Times
(In 1990, when Dr. Molloy learned that invasive mussels had infested New York power plants, he began looking for a bacterium that could control their population without damaging native species. 2/24/14) DETAILS
Researchers from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry are involved in two projects that could lead to improved communications between officials who issue information about coastal storm hazards and the residents who live in areas where storms pose a threat.
Dr. Donald J. Stewart, an ESF professor who recently discovered a new species of the giant Arapaima fishes native to South America, will present a lecture March 26 about conservation efforts for these air-breathing fishes, which are flagship species for diverse Amazonian ecosystems.
Dr. Thomas E. Amidon of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) has been designated one of the top 300 most influential people in the bioeconomy, as selected by editors of the field's most widely distributed trade publication, Biofuels Digest.
Matthew Thornton, a 2009 graduate of ESF, is a Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia. He shared some thoughts about his experience.
Oh the Places You'll Go...
ESF prepares people for success. Read about a few of the ESF students, faculty and alumni who have become leaders, advancing their fields and working toward a better world:
- April Karen BaptistePh.D. Candidate, Fulbright Scholar
- Cara StaffordInvasive Plant Technician, Catalina Island
- Meghan JohnstoneNature Conservancy Intern
- Lynne BeattyMarine Resources Workshop participant
- Kristen AnthonyESF Student on SU Ski Team
- Dr. James GibbsDistinguished teacher, honored researcher
- Dr. Robert MalmsheimerESF College Foundation Award for Exceptional Achievement in Teaching winner
- Dr. Christopher NomuraExemplary Researcher, Chemistry
- Dr. Lindi QuackenbushESF College Foundation Award for Exceptional Achievement in Teaching winner
- Dr. Kimberly SchulzExemplary Researcher, Environmental and Forest Biology