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ESF Students, Faculty and Alumni
Dr. Cornelius B. Murphy, Jr., presided over his 27th and final commencement as president of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) Friday, Dec. 6.
ESF Students Have Their Own Ideas For Essex Chain
(Three Adirondack Residential Semester students spent their semester researching and consulting with stakeholders on the new Essex Chain tract of land acquired by the Adirondack Park Agency in order to draft their own proposal for how the tract should be managed. They presented their recommendations this week in Newcomb. 12/5/13) DETAILS
SUNY-ESF President Cornelius B. Murphy, Jr., who will step down from office at the end of the year, was honored by 400 members of the extended ESF community at a campus event Dec. 5.
Dr. Gibbs helps to set up a Galapagos Islands Tortoise Cam
("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) DETAILS
Neil Murphy will be remembered for his kindness and concern for the ESF community
(Everyone at ESF has a story about Neil's care for the campus, the students, and the community. 12/1/13) DETAILS
Baobab Society plans service trip in Fiji for winter break
("The Baobab Society will take its first overseas service trip this Winter Break when eight students and a faculty adviser go to Fiji for 15 days to volunteer and explore the island." 12/2/13) DETAILS
ESF alum who taught environmental science for 30 years honored by his students
("Petri said he is honored by the deck, and more importantly, doing his part to help students enjoy nature." 11/30/13) DETAILS
Students at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) received a national honor award from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
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