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The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), the most distinguished institution in the nation that focuses on the study of the environment, is proud to recognize its high academic achievers with its Dean’s and President’s lists.
ESF hired over 20 new members of faculty and staff over the past several months. Join us in welcoming the new members of the Mighty Oak Family!
Happy Valentine’s Day, Mighty Oaks 💚🤎 We’re celebrating all the sweethearts that forged their bonds of love at ESF. We caught up with three couples to hear about their love!
ESF, Town of Newcomb, Newcomb Central School District Team-Up on Community Composting Initiative
Community composting is coming to the town of Newcomb, thanks to a partnership between the town, the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), and the Newcomb Central School District (NCSD).
SUMMARY: Tyler Dorholt is an Assistant Professor, Director of the Writing, Rhetoric, and Communications Program, and coordinator of the Digital Storytelling Studio at ESF. He recently earned tenure-track- faculty status after serving at ESF since 2018. Tyler has held jobs with comedian Louie Anderson, Guinness Brewery in Dublin, and over 40 total jobs. We sat down with Tyler to learn about some of his favorite things about ESF and life.
SUMMARY: Erin Tochelli recently earned a promotion to Associate Director of Academic Administration at ESF. During her seven years at ESF, has brought tremendous value to curriculum approval processes, SUNY academic requirements, and advising for Environmental Studies and Landscape Architecture. In her new role, she plans to bring a holistic, student-centered approach to academic procedures while working to further improve processes. We sat down to catch up with Erin about her time at ESF!
The ESF Mighty Oaks soccer teams got off to a great start this season with both teams winning scrimmages against the Jefferson Community College (JCC) Cannoneers.
SUMMARY: Imagine driving down a country road late at night, with an indiscernible acoustic pinging sound emitted from a machine on your dashboard. No, this is not the start of a horror movie— it's the beginning of a story about a bat biologist.
ESF is monitoring weather conditions for today, Feb. 3, through tomorrow morning by reviewing the most up-to-date National Weather Service data and forecasting, and in consultation with Syracuse University officials, SU's independent meteorologist, ESF University Police, and the ESF Grounds/Snow Removal crews.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill alert starting Friday and into this weekend across Upstate New York. Many areas will experience below-zero temperatures and wind gusts that could generate extreme wind chills, in some cases over 50 degrees below zero.