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Do People’s Perceptions Shape Trust of Gene Editing in Agriculture and Food?

Two ESF researchers received National Science Foundation funding from the Science, Technology and Society Program to explore how perceptions of gene editing in agriculture and food, and how it is regulated or 'governed,' can facilitate or hinder its use. (1/22)

ESF to Host Virtual Career and Internship Fair

The ESF Office of Career Services will host the Spring Virtual Career and Internship Fair Feb. 24 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (1/15)

ESF Hosts Semester-Opening Virtual Family Sessions

We are excited to announce the Spring 2021 semester-opening virtual engagement sessions. We look forward to meeting with ESF families and sharing information about trends, resources, and traditions at the College. These sessions will be held on Zoom, and we ask that you register in advance. The sessions will be recorded and posted to the ESF Parent Facebook page following the sessions. Please submit questions live or email them in advance to Laura Crandall at ldcranda@esf.edu. (1/12)

Professionals in Sustainability Webinar Series at ESF

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) is working with sustainability professionals to prepare students to make an immediate impact when they graduate. These experts will highlight their professions at a speaker series presented by ESF's Open Academy and the Office of Career Services. (1/12)

ESF Welcomes New Counsel

Kelly Berger has been appointed as associate counsel, providing legal services to the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry's (ESF) as part of the SUNY Office of General Counsel. A member of the ESF team since Dec. 8, 2020, Berger assumed the duties from Kevin Hayden, who has served as ESF's counsel for four years. (1/11)

ESF Researchers to Perform Critical Water Quality Investigations on Cayuga Lake

The Cayuga Lake Watershed Network recently received support from the Fred L. Emerson Foundation and Seneca Meadows, Inc. to continue critical water quality monitoring in tributaries of the northern Cayuga Lake watershed. (1/7)

Dr. Hyatt Green to Speak on Predicting the Next Outbreak

Dr. Hyatt Green, assistant professor at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, will be the speaker for the Strathmore Speaker Series Jan. 14 via Zoom.

Green's novel approach to wastewater monitoring is currently being used as an early-warning system for the next major outbreak of COVID-19 in Onondaga County. (1/7)

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