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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.
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.)
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.
Staff Spotlight: Dan Collins
ESF in the High School is thrilled to welcome its newly appointed Associate Director, Dan Collins. How is he helping youth gain exposure to and get excited about STEM?
Mighty Oak Monday: Lyra Sauer
Lyra Sauer spent hours of her adolescence stargazing and drinking in the knowledge of the cosmos with her mother, an earth science teacher. How does her research in ESF’s chemistry program pull her focus to the sky once again?
Oakie Falls in Mascot Madness Finals
ESF's Oakie the Acorn lost SUNY’s Mascot Madness in what can best be described as a match for the ages as the acorn fell to Stony Brook University’s Wolfie 25,460 to 24,156.
Staff Spotlight: Chris Kosakowski
After years of working with ESF as a community partner, Chris Kosakowski has joined the College’s Division of Student Affairs as the new Office of Violence Against Women Grant (OVW) Project Director and Coordinator of Student Inclusion Initiatives. How does his role seek to aid ESF students?
Mighty Oak Monday: Mike Goodman
Mike Goodman is a May 2023 candidate for a master’s degree in Sustainable Energy. How did an ACL tear and wilderness therapy put him on this path of study?
ESF’s Dr. James Gibbs Appointed Acting President of Galápagos Conservancy
Dr. James Gibbs, SUNY Distinguished Professor at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), has been appointed Acting President of Galápagos Conservancy, the only U.S.-based nonprofit dedicated exclusively to the protection and restoration of the Galápagos Islands.