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Soccer Teams Open Season with Tournament Wins

The Mighty Oaks' soccer season kicked off for both the men's and women's teams Labor Day weekend in the NHTI Tournament in New Hampshire with both teams bringing home the championships.

Men Finish First, Women Fourth in IT Invitational Race

The Mighty Oaks' cross-country season started for the men's and women's teams at the SUNY-IT Wildcat Invitational Aug. 31.

ESF Mighty Oaks Set for Fall Season

ESF's Mighty Oaks student-athletes return to action over the next two weeks, with the cross-country teams hosting the national championship, the soccer teams setting their sights on their national tournament and the golfers rebuilding with transfer students after losing some strong starters to graduation.

New ESF Students Worried Most about Climate Change, Energy

The Class of 2017 at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) arrives on campus with the knowledge that their generation faces a host of major environmental problems.

Strong Freshman Class Arrives at ESF

ESF's new students began arriving on campus this morning (Aug. 21) to begin several days of orientation before classes begin Aug. 26.

ESF Stages Exhibits at New York State Fair

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) will have a presence at three venues at the 2013 New York State Fair.

ESF Joins SUNY's Expanded STEM Mentoring Program

The State University of New York and New York Academy of Sciences today announced an expansion of the Afterschool STEM Mentoring Program which is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and pairs student mentors from SUNY campuses with local middle school students.

Treasured Guide Boat Goes Home to Newcomb Campus

A gleaming wooden Adirondack guide boat, made from pine and cherry, and sporting original cane seats and graceful oars along with a history that dates to Theodore Roosevelt's presidency, is again gliding through the waters of the Central Adirondacks where it was crafted at the turn of the 20th century.

National Grid Supports Energy Work as Cyclists Cheer ESF Chestnut Research

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) received a $250,000 incentive from National Grid July 30 to help offset the cost of energy-efficiency projects totaling more than $670,000 in both lighting upgrades and large variable-frequency drives initiated by the college in 2012.

ESF Ecologist Joins Governor for Adirondack Raft Race

Stacy McNulty paddles through tourism event