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Meet the ESF Alumni Office! Debbie Caviness, Jennifer Cullivan, and Akilah Spencer-McLain are the team that works to keep ESF’s 21,000 graduates across the globe connected to the college and each other. They are the force behind Homecoming weekend, alumni publications, and the College Bookstore. How are they making an impact and helping to improve our world?
ESF continues to monitor winter weather and local travel conditions today, Tuesday, March 14, and expects to remain open and operational. The College makes weather-related decisions based on the most up-to-date national weather service data and forecasting, as well as in consultation with Syracuse University (SU) officials, SU’s independent meteorologist, ESF University Police, and the ESF grounds/snow removal crews.
Sarah Crane saw firsthand the impacts of contaminated water on her community and knew she wanted to study the environment. What research project of hers was so compelling that it landed her the prestigious ESF Slocum Scholarship for career advancement?
Accessibility to water in one of the driest areas of the country, access to healthy foods in low-income areas, and cultivating a passion for environmental activism on college campuses are topics that earned three students from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) the title of Planet Forward Storyfest finalist.
Two graduate students from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) are among 33 students selected for the 2023 SUNY Graduate Research Empowering and Accelerating Talent (GREAT) award. Recognized as outstanding student researchers, Elizabeth Clippard and Abby Webster will each receive $5,000 in flexible funding for research expenses, professional development, and stipend supplements.
Congrats to Melissa Gebo on her recent promotion to Assistant Director of Human Resources! How does Melissa help to make ESF a better place to work?
Allysia Yanez’s life course changed when she read “The Native American Herbalist’s Bible.” What passage compelled her to switch from nursing to studying the environment — and why did she choose ESF?
Renee McNamara joined ESF in January as the new Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. What brought her to Syracuse after 14 years in Texas?
Natasha Abrol pursued a master’s degree in Environmental Studies at ESF after hearing a podcast featuring Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer. Now, she uses writing and photography to bring awareness to environmental problems. How does she make sense of the world through her work?
Meredith Chase is the new Assistant Director of Career Services at ESF! We caught up with her at her three-month mark to see how she helps ESF students.