The ESF PodcastExciting and inspiring stories from throughout the ESF community...
Episode 9Dr. Rebecca Rundell The Roosevelt Wild Life Collections
In this episode, Dr. Rebecca Rundell explains the importance of a brand new facility on ESF's Syracuse campus to house the Roosevelt Wild life Collections. As Head Curator, she offers a sneak peek at the specimens held within, and shares a story of how she became interested in taxidermy collections in the first place. It turns out there are more than just specimens from the northern U.S. Tune in to find out! Music for this podcast is courtesy of The Free Music Archive and was composed by Audiobinger and Blue Dot Sessions.
Episode 8Interim President Dr. David Amberg Who is he?
In this episode, Interim President Dr. David Amber shares some of his life story.
Episode 7Brian Ratcliff brings Remembrance Day for Lost Species to campus
We often take time to remember family, friends, and loved ones who have passed on but what does it mean to be part of those groups? What does it take?
Episode 6Finding your path- A profile of the life and career of Dr. Stewart Diemont
Dr. Stewart Diemont recounts the story of his life and career. He shares how his life path was not a straight one, but a series of dots connected over time until he found out how to turn his passion into purpose.
Episode 5Diversity and ESF with Dr. Malika Carter
Dr. Malika Carter is the inaugural Cheif Diversity Officer at SUNY-ESF. In this episode, she explains her role on campus, the transformative initiatives she is working on, and what that means for faculty, staff, and students on campus.
Episode 4Life, Love, and Living Abroad with Alaina Mallett
Alaina Mallette finished her graduate degree from SUNY-ESF in 2016 in Environmental Science while she was living in Mexico and volunteering in the Peace Corps. There, she consulted municipalities as they modernized their community master plans, developed summer environmental camps for kids, and even found the love of her life.
Episode 3Studying climate change through the soils with alumnus Lauren Alteio
Lauren Alteio graduated from SUNY-ESF in 2014 with a bachelors degree in Environmental Forest Biology. She is currently a PHD Candidate at the University of Amherst and studies climate change through looking at soil organisms.
Episode 2Inspiring youth to confront environmental injustice — Paulina Casasola
Paulina Casasola is a Junior in Environmental Studies and spent the summer working with Syracuse youth and teaching them about environmental justice.
Episode 1Interning in South-Central China — Tim Bova
Tim Bova is a rising Junior studying Conservation Biology and has had the internship of a lifetime! With a passion for taxonomy (naming and describing newly discovered species), he has spent the summer updating and creating population maps of endemic frog species, studying lizard genetics along with doing some work with endemic vipers.
Join interviewer Zachary Smith as he talks with the amazing people of ESF.