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2011 News Archive

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Looking Ahead to a Prosperous Future

ESF's Centennial Celebration has given us the chance to celebrate the College's past while looking forward to the innovations and achievements to come and memories to be created.

Friends in High Places

A governor's interest in managing his forested property ultimately led to the construction of Marshall Hall.

Community Service Honored

Students, faculty and staff were honored for their community service efforts during ESF's annual December Soiree Dec. 9.

AIC Celebrates Aldo Leopold With Daylong Event

The Adirondack Interpretive Center (AIC) in Newcomb, N.Y., will celebrate the life of legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold Jan. 21 with a slate of activities that include readings from his famous book, "A Sand County Almanac"; an opportunity for participants to construct an iconic Leopold bench; and a screening of Green Fire, a full-length documentary about Leopold's life and work.

Pride During Graduation Evident Through the Years

Whether it's May Commencement or December Convocation, the excitement felt during these ceremonies cannot be contained.

Convocation Honors ESF's Winter Graduates

ESF celebrated the accomplishments of its final Centennial year graduates Friday, Dec. 9, awarding undergraduate and graduate degrees to scores of students who completed their studies at year's end.

Students Take Chemistry into Their Own Hands

Students in ESF general chemistry classes got a chance to exercise their creativity this semester, baking and building their way to a better understanding of everyday chemistry.

ESF Student Brings Nutrition Bars to Campus, Feeds Hungry Children

Kevin Phu is giving ESF and SU students the power to feed not only their own hunger but the hunger of children in need, with donated nutrition bars.

A Tradition Begins

To close out a year of celebrating the College's 75th anniversary in 1986, a special convocation was held Dec. 12 in Alumni Lounge in Marshall Hall.

ESF Cameras Capture Snow Leopards in Siberia

Cameras supplied by SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) researchers have captured the first images of elusive snow leopards in a remote mountain range in Siberia.