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ESF Seeks RFP for New Syracuse Campus Building Using Mass Timber

The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) is excited to announce plans to build a new facility at its Syracuse (NY) campus. This building will serve as a new “gateway” and provide improved accessibility to the entire campus.

Mighty Oak Monday: Yulei Xu

Yulei Xu came to ESF on a dual degree program with the Beijing University of Chemical Technology. How did a low test score turn into his greatest success at ESF?

Staff Spotlight: Sean Hohm

Congratulations to Sean Hohm for his promotion to instructional support specialist. What keeps him interested in chemical engineering?

Mighty Oak Monday: Siwapon Chotikasatein

Siwapon Chotikasatein – an international student from Thailand enrolled in the dual degree program between Mahidol University and ESF – found her niche researching plants that could absorb PFAS chemicals. How is she exploring the role of plants in the clean up of contaminates – and what are her post-graduation plans to put her education into action?

Bass Fishing Team Struggles in Competition

The ESF bass fishing team traveled to the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland in mid-September for the FLW (Fishing League Worldwide) Northern Conference Championship.

ESF Readies to Celebrate Earth Week

At the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, we believe that the Earth’s celebration is worthy of an entire week, not just a day. From April 17 to April 21, SUNY ESF will celebrate Earth Week with a full slate of events planned by students to celebrate the Earth and call attention to environmental and social justice issues.

Alumni Spotlight: Honesta Coffee

Erin Pless Maciel ’06 and Lauren Davis Neulander ’05 became coffee connoisseurs with each late-night study session and Adirondack hike at ESF! How did they turn their passion into Honesta Coffee, a sustainably farmed women-run business?

ESF to Participate in SUNY Chancellor’s Summer Research Excellence Fund to Provide Undergraduates with Paid Internships

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry is one of five SUNY campuses benefiting from the Chancellor’s Summer Research Excellence Fund to provide undergraduates with paid summer internships.

ESF-SU Solar Decathlon Team Heads to Finals

A zero-energy building that helps mitigate climate change and support the redevelopment of Syracuse earned the solar decathlon team from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) and Syracuse University (SU) a return to the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Design Challenge finals.

Top 13 Things to Do in Syracuse According to ESF Students

Check out some of the off-campus activities our students voted their favorites. (And, in case you missed it, USA Today recently reported that Syracuse is one of the top seven cities that Gen Z is moving to.)