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ESF Announces Plans for Fall 2021 Semester

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) is planning for a return to full in-person instruction for the fall 2021 semester. (4/1)

Dr. Rundell Named Editor-in-Chief of International Scientific Journal for Molluscs

Octopuses, squid, snails, and clams are all molluscs and are the second most diverse group of animals on Earth. Now ESF can say that they are contributing to molluscs' prominence in the scientific literature, too. Professor Rebecca Rundell was recently selected as the new editor-in-chief for the international journal Malacologia, the top peer-reviewed scientific journal for all things Mollusca.

(3/26)

ESF Receives SUNY Grant for Food Pantry Refrigeration

ESF was one of 17 SUNY schools to be awarded grants to purchase food pantry refrigeration. (3/23)

Vote for Oakie in SUNY’s 2021 Mascot Madness

It's not March without a little SUNY Mascot Madness and ESF's Oakie Acorn is once again ready to show New York state what mascot ranks supreme. (3/16)

ESF Hosts Mini Maple Weekend at Heiberg Forest

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) will host the mini maple fest at its Heiberg Forest in Tully, New York from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 20 and 21.

(3/14)

SUNY Announces Grand Opening of Vector Biocontainment Lab at Upstate Medical to Research Infectious Diseases

State University of New York Chancellor Jim Malatras announced the grand opening of the SUNY Upstate Medical Vector Biocontainment Lab established to research infectious diseases that pose major public health risks on March 12. The new $7.6 million 2,500-square-foot laboratory was funded by New York state investment and will house clinical experts from SUNY institutions who will collaborate on cutting-edge research of Coronavirus, Lyme, West Nile, Zika, Dengue, and other infectious diseases, as well as the potential carriers including ticks and other insects. (3/12)

Tap Into Maple Syrup at Heiberg Forest

That tap, tap, tapping you hear in ESF's Heiberg Forest isn't woodpeckers looking for insects in trees, it's the forest properties crew tapping trees as maple syrup season kicks off. (3/3)

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