12:45 pm - 1:45 pm | 111 Marshall | Yuting Zhu,PhD Candidate, Department of Chemistry, Major Professor: David J. Kieber, will present her Capstone seminar: Photochemistry and Cycling of Carbonyl Compounds in Surface Ocean Waters | Sponsor: The Chemistry Department | Contact: M'Lis Traver, 3154706853
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm | 408 Baker | Sponsor: Office of Instruction & Graduate Studies | Contact: Theresa Selfa, 470-6636
11:00 am - 12:00 pm | 110 Moon Library | Dr. William Miller, University of Georgia, will present his seminar. Host: Dr. David Kieber | Sponsor: The Chemistry Department | Contact: M'Lis Traver, 3154706853
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm | Illick 8 | Sponsor: Office of Instruction & Graduate Studies | Contact: Russel Briggs, 470-6989
11:00 am - 12:00 pm | 148 Baker Laboratory | Adrienne Phillips, MPS Candidate, Department of Chemistry, Major Professor: Kelley Donaghy, will present her capstone seminar: Proposed carborane-functionalized aliphatic and dendritic polymers as potential BNCT drugs. | Sponsor: The Chemistry Department | Contact: M'Lis Traver, 3154706853
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm | 315 Bray | Ying Zhou, PhD Candidate,Department of Chemistry, Major Professor: Huiting Mao, will present her capstone seminar: Decadal Trends and Variability of Tropospheric Ozone over the Continental U.S. and their Potential Driving Mechanisms. | Sponsor: The Chemistry Department | Contact: M'Lis Traver, 3154706853
11:00 am - 12:20 pm | 110 Moon Library | Event Website | Network with other women on campus, across departments and ranks. Short on mentors? Build or become part of a mentoring network. | Sponsor: ESF Women's Caucus | Contact: Heather Engelman, 315-470-4752
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Gateway Center | This will be a quick preview of what will happen on the day of! Immediately following the rehearsal, the ESF Alumni Association will host a Toast and all graduating students will receive a commemorative glass in the Gateway Center. | Contact: Laura Crandall, 3154706660
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Gateway Center | The ESF Alumni Association would like to "raise our glasses" to the College's newest graduates. Please join us for a Champagne Toast honoring the Class of 2018 December graduates! The event will take place immediately following graduation rehearsal in the Gateway ... Read More | Sponsor: ESF Alumni Association
10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Illick 8 | Sponsor: Office of Instruction & Graduate Studies | Contact: Jose Giner, 470-6895
11:30 am - 1:30 pm | Gateway Center | Event Website | You are formally invited by the Chief Diversity Officer, Office of International Education, CSTEP and EOP Director, and the ESF Graduate School to attend the Inclusive Excellence Graduation Reception. This event is to honor our graduating Graduate Diversity ... Read More | Contact: Laura Crandall, 3154706660
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | 110 Moon Library | ESF Career Fellowships Information | The Career Services Office is excited to be able to offer annual ESF Career Fellowships to students. We strongly encourage you to learn about Fellowship opportunities, review examples of what past selected recipients have used Fellowship funding for, and to ... Read More | Sponsor: Career Services Office | Contact: Casey Duffy, 315-470-4754
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Syracuse University's Hendricks Chapel | Event Website | You need to arrive at the Chapel by no later 1:30pm in order to participate in the procession. Ceremonies will include the individual recognition of each degree candidate. You MUST pick up your cap and gown regalia at the Schine Student Center prior starting ... Read More | Contact: Laura Crandall, 3154706660
9:00 am - 11:00 am | 8 Illick Hall | Sponsor: Office of Instruction & Graduate Studies | Contact: Ruth D. Yanai, 470-6955
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm | Nifkin Lounge | This event allows you the opportunity to network with people who were once in your shoes. This experience will provide the opportunity for your resume to be reviewed, allow for an opportunity to learn from their professional experiences, and discover job positions ... Read More | Sponsor: Career Services Office and Alumni and SUNY-ESF Alumni Association | Contact: Casey Duffy, 315-470-6691
Adaptive Peaks Seminar Series Fall 2016
All seminars held 4 - 5 p.m., Illick 5, reception follows (Illick 12)
Thursday, October 6
Dr. Andrei Tolstikov
Dr. Tolstikov is the Vice Rector for Research and International Affairs at Tyumen State University in Siberia and a world leading authority on mite taxonomy and evolution. He was previously a Fulbright fellow and has held exchange positions at the University of Idaho and Indiana University aimed towards developing successful International Studies Programs. Dr. Tolstikov has also lectured on topics including the environmental impacts of the Russian oil and gas industry and its development in high Arctic latitude ecosystems.
Thursday, October 13
Dr. Mark Lesser
Dr. Lesser is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at Shepherd University in West Virginia. Research topics in his lab include understanding the factors that dictate plant species range limits. Dr. Lesser is also interested in population dynamics at range margins, along with migration and dispersal patterns over multiple spatial and temporal scales. His research integrates dendroecology (tree ring analysis), population genetics and climatology, along with traditional population and community ecology tools.
Thursday, November 10
Dr. Stephen Stehman
Dr. Stehman is a Professor in the Department of Forest and Natural Resources Management and is SUNY-ESF’s 2016-2017 Exemplary Researcher. Dr. Stehman’s areas of expertise include geodesy, remote sensing, and understanding global changes in forests and land cover in response to environmental changes and human stressors. Dr. Stehman has published over 100 research articles in prestigious journals including Science and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and is one of ESF’s most highly cited researchers.
Thursday, December 1
Dr. Christopher Rota
Dr. Rota is an Assistant Professor of quantitative ecology in the Wildlife and Fisheries Resources Program at West Virginia University. His research interests focuses on the development and application of modern statistical techniques to address a diverse set of questions in applied vertebrate ecology. Dr. Rota also has research interests in the fields of species distribution and habitat modeling and has worked on projects understanding the population demographics of a restored Elk population and the effects of the oil and gas industry on Mule Deer in North Dakota.