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CalendarEnvironmental Science at ESF

April
18

Thursday

Chemistry Department Seminar Series: Dr. Lee T. Murray

11:00 am - 12:00 pm | 145 Baker Laboratory | Dr. Lee T. Murray, University of Rochester will present a seminar on research. Dr. Huiting Mao, host. | Sponsor: The Chemistry Department | Contact: M'Lis Traver, 3154706853

Indigenous Science and Academic Science: Can we learn to see with both eyes?

11:00 am - 1:00 pm | Nifkin Lounge, Marshall Hall, ESF | Event Facebook page | What is your way of knowing? What is your lens? Worldviews shape our ways of understanding, yet it is possible to hold multiple perspectives. In this workshop, we will explore two ways of knowing: Indigenous science and academic science. Through both lenses, ... Read More | Sponsor: Center for Native Peoples and the Environment

Adaptive Peaks Seminar - Josh Millspaugh

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | 5 Illick | Our speakers this semester follow a theme i.e., "Effecting Change from Local to Global Scales." | Sponsor: Dept. of Environmental & Forest Biology | Contact: Jerry Belant, 4826


April
19

Friday

ERE's Planning & Design Project's Oral Presentations

12:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Gateway - Conference Rooms A & B | Event Website | ERE's Planning & Design Project's Oral Presentations 2019.Presentations will be followed by induction ceremony for graduating seniors into the Order of the Engineer | Sponsor: Environmental Resources Engineering | Contact: Doug Daley, 315-470-4760


April
23

Tuesday

Hydrological System Science Seminar: Student Presentation

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Moon Library Room 110 | Event Website | This presentation in the HSS Seminar Series on Water Research on the University Hill will be a student presentation given by Shannon Booth, Anne McElwee, Carrick Palmer, and Jane Van Vessem entitled "A New Vision of Onondaga Lake". | Sponsor: Great Lakes Research Consortium | Contact: Gregory L. Boyer, 315-470-6825


April
24

Wednesday

Green Light NY: Driving Together

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm | Marshall Hall 111 | Event Website | Join members of the Workers Center of Central NY at a workshop on a key environmental and food justice issue in our region: transportation for the migrant farmworkers who grow our food. How can our communities get involved in supporting this effort alongside ... Read More | Contact: Sarah Howard, 315679-7678


April
25

Thursday

Earth Week eventTake our Kids to Work Day

Nifkin Lounge, Quad, + | Event Website | Celebrate more than 25 years of sharing ESF careers with hands-on workshops for 8-11 yr olds with an adult who works or studies here. | Sponsor: ESF Women's Caucus | Contact: Heather Engelman, 315-470-4752

Earth Week eventThe Dirty Life Project - Featured Speakers: Kristin and Mark Kimball

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm | Gateway Center | Join author and farmers Kristin and Mark Kimball for an hour presentation exploring their path to Essex Farm and their organic, full diet CSA. Essex Farm is in the Champlain Valley, along the eastern border of the Adirondacks and along Lake Champlain. The ... Read More | Sponsor: The Dirty Life Project partners | Contact: Paul B. Hai, 5185824551

Earth Week eventAdaptive Peaks/WiSE Professions:The Ocean is losing its breath - an overview of the problem, its effects, and solutions

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | 5 Illick Hall | Event Website | Denise Breitburg, Senior Scientist, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater, MD, is the penultimate speaker in the semester long Adaptive Peaks Lecture Series theme of "Effecting Change at Local to Global Scales". Dr. Breitburg directs SERCís Marine ... Read More | Sponsor: Department of Environmental and Forest Biology and ESF Women's Caucus | Contact: Sandy Polimino, 315-470-6760

Earth Week eventThe Dirty Life Project - Farm-to-table reception

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm | Gateway Center | Join us between the Kimballls' presentation and our Alumni Panel for a farm-to-table reception catered by Scratch Farmhouse Catering. The reception will feature a wide range of locally sourced and produced foods, and will include comments from owner and Chef ... Read More | Sponsor: The Dirty Life Project partners | Contact: Paul B. Hai, 5185824551

Earth Week eventThe Dirty Life Project - Alumni in Agriculture Panel Discussion

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Gateway Center | Join our panel discussion with four ESF graduates currently working in agriculture careers. Each has a unique pathway to their current positions, and each is working in a different facet of farming and the new agricultural movement. The panel will field questions ... Read More | Sponsor: The Dirty Life Project partners | Contact: Paul B. Hai, 518.582.4551


April
26

Friday

Earth Week eventIndigenous Science and Academic Science: Can we learn to see with both eyes?

11:00 am - 1:00 pm | Nifkin Lounge, Marshall Hall, ESF | Event Facebook page | What is your way of knowing? What is your lens? Worldviews shape our ways of understanding, yet it is possible to hold multiple perspectives. In this workshop, we will explore two ways of knowing: Indigenous science and academic science. Through both lenses, ... Read More | Sponsor: Center for Native Peoples and the Environment

PhD Capstone Seminar - Adam Fix

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm | 12 Illick Hall | "Allies and Adherentes: Intercultural Encounter Across Haudenosaunee and Zapatista Landscapes." PhD Capstone Seminar Adam Fix | Contact: Adam Fix, 716-510-2554


April
30

Tuesday

Hydrological System Science Seminar: Student Presentation

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Moon Library Room 110 | Event Website | This presentation in the HSS Seminar Series on Water Research on the University Hill will be a student presentation given by Justin Beslity, Dominique Derminio, Michelle Herman, and Courtney Nichols entitled "Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation". | Sponsor: Great Lakes Research Consortium | Contact: Gregory L. Boyer, 315-470-6825


May
1

Wednesday

Forest Adaptation Listening Sessions

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Gateway Center | Event Website | Natural resource professionals need scientifically credible, relevant, and timely information on climate change, its effects on ecosystems, and potential management options in order to effectively respond to climate change. The Northern Institute of Applied ... Read More | Sponsor: ESF & NY Society of American Foresters | Contact: Colin Beier, 315-470-6578


May
8

Wednesday

Champagne Toast for May Graduates

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 2019 May graduates! The event will take place in the Gateway Center immediately following commencement ... Read More | Sponsor: ESF Alumni Association


May
9

Thursday

Candidacy Examination - Dustin Hill

12:00 pm | Marshall 213 | Sponsor: Office of Instruction & Graduate Studies | Contact: Michael Schummer

EFB Adaptive Peaks Seminar - Gene Likens - Univ of Connecticut

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | 5 Illick | Adaptive Peaks Seminar Series theme is: "Effecting Change from Local to Global Scales" | Sponsor: Dept. of Environmental & Forest Biology | Contact: Sandy Polimino, x6760


May
16

Thursday

Candidacy Examination - Andres Urcuqui

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Marshall 213 | Sponsor: Office of Instruction & Graduate Studies | Contact: Charles Kroll, 470-6699


June
16

Sunday

Global i-Tree Science & Users Symposium: Discovering the Value of Your Forest

6:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Gateway Center | ONGOING —continues through Wednesday, June 19, 2019 | Global i-Tree Science & Users Symposium Homepage | This event is intended bring i-Tree users and developers together to help attendees: - Learn how to use i-Tree to create successful projects to improve urban forest management and enhance local human health and well-being - Discover how it is has been successfully ... Read More | Contact: Katherina Bendz Searing, 315-470-6888


July
18

Thursday

Lecture - The Quest for a Heritage Lake

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Adirondack Interpretive Center 5922 State Route 28N Newcomb NY | AIC events | Dr. Curt Stage of Paul Smiths College will present on his quest to locate pristine lakes in the Adirondacks. Wolf Lake, a water body located on the ESF Newcomb Campus, features prominently in his presentation. | Sponsor: Adirondack Interpretive Center | Contact: Adirondack Interpretive Center, 5185822000