Skip to main contentSkip to footer content

Office of Communications and Marketing
2015 News Archive

Orange horizontal rule


‘Ending the Fossil Fuel Era’ Book Release

The beginning of the end of the fossil fuel era takes center stage in Dr. Jack Manno's latest book, "Ending the Fossil Fuel Era." A book release party will be held 7 p.m., May 18 at ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave., Syracuse.

Meet the Class of 2015

Some 500 graduates received their ESF degrees Saturday, May 9, including one whose bubbly enthusiasm as an incoming freshman was captured by a local TV station the day she arrived on campus.

ESF's American Chestnut Trees Make Return in NY

Scores of young transgenic American chestnut trees developed at ESF will take root this spring across New York state, representing one more step in the restoration of a once-dominant species that has virtually vanished from the landscape.

ESF Announces Commencement Weekend Activities

During the ceremony, ESF will confer approximately 391 bachelor's degrees, with about 175 students receiving master's and doctoral degrees.

Mighty Oaks Runners Compete in the Mountain Goat Run

It may be the off-season but the Mighty Oaks men's cross-country runners showed they're still in peak form. Six team members participated May 3 in the 2015 Mountain Goat Run and all of them finished in the top 25.

ESF Woodsmen Finish Spring Season at Dartmouth

The ESF Woodsmen's team finished its spring season at the Northeast Woodsmen Conclave at Dartmouth College April 24 and 25.

Dr. Robin Kimmerer Speaks at the U.N.

Dr. Robin Kimmerer, a Distinguished Teaching Professor at ESF, addressed the United Nations General Assembly April 27, speaking for 20 minutes as part of the U.N.'s commemoration of International Mother Earth Day.

Students Launch Balloon into Global Competition

A high-altitude balloon, inflated with helium and carrying a payload of lightweight electronics, took flight today (April 29) from the ESF campus as part of a global competition.

Kimmerer to Speak at U.N.

Dr. Robin Kimmerer of the ESF Department of Environmental and Forest Biology has been invited by the president of the United Nations General Assembly to give a presentation at the U.N. Monday, April 27.

ESF among Princeton Review’s Top 50 Green Colleges

ESF, one of only two SUNY schools to make the list, was ranked No. 33 in the recently released list. The college is lauded for its specialized study options within its various environmentally focused majors.