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ESF Grad Student Awarded Rare Book School Scholarship

It would be difficult to find someone more enthusiastic about the art called "hand papermaking," or the paper industry itself, than graduate student Genevieve Nordmark.

Curry to Tell Story of ESF Landscape Influence in Hyde Park

George Curry, a Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus at ESF, will deliver the fifth Dale L. Travis Lecture at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, in the Gateway Center on the ESF campus.

Watertown Daily Times: New York’s first walleye spawning bed built in Cape Vincent

(ESF graduate students participated in the research and design of a spawning bed for walleye in Kents Creek. 2/28/15) DETAILS

Syracuse.com: In Syracuse, at Fayette and Salina: What kind of park best suits downtown's '100 percent corner'?

(Dr. George Curry is on the jury to decide the best team to tackle the redesign of Syracuse's downtown 'Perseverence Park.' 2/25/15) DETAILS

Leopold to Present on Onondaga Lake Restoration

The March 5 session of Institute for Retired People will feature Dr. Donald Leopold, an ESF Distinguished Teaching Professor and chair of the Department of Environmental and Forestry Biology. He will discuss the many vegetation-based restoration projects at various stages near Onondaga Lake.

SU News: MakerSpace Is Making a Difference

(Makerspace taught an ESF graduate to use 3D printing to design innovative biodegradable fishing lures for his company. 2/23/15) DETAILS

SUNY Cortland: Professor to Discuss Giant Tortoise Conservation

(Dr. James Gibbs will guest lecture at SUJY Cortland this week on his conservation work with Galapagos tortoise species. 2/19/15) DETAILS

WAER: You Can Help NY State Protect Wildlife Species Says SUNY ESF Prof

(Dr. James Gibbs is interviewed on the NYS List of Species of Greatest Concern, and how it can help protect New York species before they reach the federal Endangered Species List. 2/19/15) DETAILS

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