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Student Particpates in Sea Semester Program

This past fall, Maria Alfaro, a senior at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), sailed on an ocean research vessel to study human impact on Caribbean coral reef ecosystems.

Studies: Transgenic American Chestnut Trees Show No Ill Effects on Seeds, Fungi or Larval Frogs

Two new studies on the environmental impact of transgenic American chestnut trees provide evidence that the trees have no harmful effects on germinating seeds, beneficial fungi, or larval frogs that are dependable indicators of environmental quality.

Men's Basketball Lose Two Games on the Road

The men's basketball team faced two tough back-to-back games over the weekend.

Advice to Graduates: Live with Heart, Kindness, Passion

"Live your life with heart and kindness. Do in your work what you love and are passionate about. Be willing to work hard with complete dedication," said Dr. David Amberg, ESF's interim president, to the Class of 2018 during December Commencement exercises.

ESF to Celebrate December Commencement

The College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) will award 182 degrees, including 32 master's degrees and 16 Doctor of Philosophy degrees, during the 2018 December Commencement 2 p.m. Dec. 7 at Hendricks Chapel.

ESF Students Ride to Ribbons in Horse Show

The Western Equestrian Team at Syracuse University - made up mostly of ESF students - opened its winter competition season with 10 students winning ribbons and the team as a whole earning honors as reserve high point champion (horse-show parlance for second place) on the first day of showing.

SHARE: ESF Surpasses Goal for SEFA/United Way Campaign

The College wrapped up a successful ESF Community Campaign for SEFA/United Way. The unofficial total of the campaign is $37,735 surpassing the goal of $35,000.

Mighty Oaks Weekend Recap (Week of Nov. 26)

The Mighty Oaks men's and women's indoor track team traveled to Cornell University for the annual Greg Page Relays.

Men's Basketball Team Falls to FLCC

The men's basketball team travelled to Canandaigua where they faced Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC).

Kimmerer Portrait Featured in 'Americans Who Tell the Truth' Display

A portrait of Distinguished Teaching Professor Robin Kimmerer is among a collection of artwork that will be displayed at Syracuse University in connection with a lecture by the artist, Robert Shetterly.