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Festival of Places Highlights Off-Campus Landscape Architecture Experience

The Off-Campus Program for Landscape Architecture students at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) is a transformative experience and students will share their independent studies projects at the Festival of Places Saturday, March 2.

Career Fair Promotes Networking Between Students and Environmentally Focused Employers

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) hosted a career fair where environmentally focused companies and organizations engaged with students.

ESF Appoints Rustan Petrela to Executive Director of Sustainable Facilities Operations

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) – one of the nation’s premier colleges focused exclusively on the study of the environment, developing renewable technologies, and building a sustainable future – named Rustan Petrela as Executive Director of Sustainable Facilities Operations.

Mighty Oaks Down Lazers 93-77 in Battle at the Dome

The JMA Wireless Dome glowed green in the Syracuse skyline Sunday, Feb. 25, when the ESF Mighty Oaks triumphed over the Onondaga Community College Lazers with a decisive 93-77 victory. The Battle at the Dome commenced at 7 p.m., showcasing an intense face-off between the two SUNY men's teams. Doors swung open at 6 p.m. for the free-admission game.

Mighty Oak Monday: Abhinaya Polaka

Abhinaya Polaka '24 is a passionate environmental advocate who recently conducted award-winning research in the area of bio-adhesives. She's also an international student and very active on campus.

ESF and OCC Face Off in Battle in the Dome

The JMA Wireless Dome will be lit up green Sunday, Feb. 25 when the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s (ESF) Mighty Oaks basketball team takes on Onondaga Community College.

SUNY Launches Second Year of the Chancellor’s Summer Research Excellence Fund

State University of New York Chancellor John B. King, Jr. announced the second year of the Chancellor's Summer Research Excellence Fund which will provide over 150 undergraduates with paid internships this summer at eight campuses.

Governor Hochul Expands Access to Mental Health Care to 200,000 SUNY Students

Governor Kathy Hochul announced State University of New York campuses are investing nearly $10 million in annual State funding to increase their mental health services and support for students, faculty, and staff. This investment will expand services at 28 campuses, support more than 200,000 students, and build on its Statewide Tele-Psychiatry Network (STPN) and new tele-counseling option for community colleges.

Mighty Oak Monday: Zach Mills

The journey to a degree isn’t always a straight line. “I always knew I wanted to do wildlife biology, but I didn’t know how so I waited and worked at first.” That careful decision making paid off for Zach Mills, who discovered his love for the Northeast through time spent in Saratoga Springs and decided ESF was the place for him.

CNY Youth Climate Summit Inspires Next Gen of Environmentalists

More than 100 middle and high school students and their teachers will do a deep dive into environmental activism at the CNY Youth Climate Summit at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) Saturday, Feb. 10.