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ESF Students Take Top Honors at Chemistry Event

ESF chemistry students took top honors at a recent research symposium.

What’s on Your Environmental Bucket List?

Most everyone has a bucket list. For college students studying the environment, it is a list with a twist that is decidedly "green."

ESF Student On Board for SEA Semester Oceans & Climate program

Nicole Harbordt, a junior at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), is participating in SEA Semester's Oceans & Climate program.

Ph.D. Student Aims Video Lens at Namibian Savanna

Ph.D. student Tiffany Deater takes a cue from famed environmentalist Aldo Leopold in naming the documentary she and her partner, Jarrod Hagadorn, hope to produce about the Namibian savanna.

Peter “PJ” Connell and Kristy Northrup receive Chancellor’s Awards

Two students from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) were honored with the Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.

TACNY Names Amidon College Educator of Year

Dr. Thomas Amidon, a professor in the ESF Department of Paper and Bioprocess Engineering, has received the Technology Alliance of Central New York's (TACNY) 2015 College Technology Educator of the Year award.

Newcomb Campus Seeks 2nd Artist in Residence

For generations, the Adirondack Mountains have been a source of inspiration for artists. This summer, one artist will have the opportunity to explore his or her own relationship and connection with the Adirondack landscape while serving as the artist-in-residence at the ESF Newcomb Campus.

CNY Girls Summit Career Conference Comes to ESF

A day-ong summit developed to increase confidence and foster educational and career aspirations in middle and high school girls, organized by Girls Inc. at the YWCA, will come to ESF 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 25.

SUNY 4E Fosters New Adirondack Collaboration

It's a natural fit: Eric Leibensperger (SUNY Plattsburgh), Huiting Mao (SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry), and James Schwab (University at Albany) all live within a few hundred miles of one another, with the Adirondacks roughly in the middle.

Stone Quarry Art Park Melds Art and Environment

Zaengle is the new executive director of the Stone Quarry Hill Art Park (SQHAP), 104 acres in Cazenovia that is home to one of the first outdoor sculpture parks in the country.