Summer Vacation = Campus Tours

Summer Vacation = Campus Tours

Name: Taylor Brown Class Year: Junior Major: Environmental Resources Engineering Hometown: East Amherst, NY What else do you do here? President of Engineers Without Borders, Vice President of ESF chapter of the New York Water Environment Association and Head EcoRep of Centennial Hall I remember when I was a freshman in high school, my mom … Continue reading

New on Campus: Gateway Green Roof Signs

New on Campus: Gateway Green Roof Signs

Nothing beats a green roof walk-through with an expert like Don Leopold, but our faculty tend to be busy people.  Now visitors will be able to hold their own self-guided tours using the new signs on the Gateway ‪green roof! 

From Cohen Lab: Interdisciplinary Team Receives Grant to Use Genetic Methods for Studying Animal Dispersal

From Cohen Lab News & Field Notes: Dr. Cohen and Ph.D. student Amanda Cheeseman collaborated with a team of researchers on a successful proposal to the SUNY-ESF administered USDA McIntire-Stennis Grant competition that focused on using microsatellite DNA to quantify dispersal of New England cottontails from their home ranges.   The relatively new technique was pioneered by … Continue reading

Guy Baldassarre Memorial Marsh

Guy Baldassarre Memorial Marsh

  On Saturday, October 11, the Montezuma Wetlands Complex will formally dedicate Guy’s Marsh in honor of Dr. Guy Baldassarre. Guy served for many years as a Distinguished Teaching Professor at SUNY-ESF, before passing away in 2012. He was a generous educator and passionate researcher and advocate of waterfowl and wetlands, and his colleagues have … Continue reading

Chestnut Project at 2014 Camden Relay for Life

Chestnut Project at 2014 Camden Relay for Life

SUNY-ESF graduate student Kristen Stewart attended the Camden, NY Relay for Life on May 31 to hand out American chestnut tree seedlings to cancer survivors.  A cancer survivor herself, Kristen organized the donation with the American Chestnut Research and Restoration Project, on the basis that the chestnut trees too are survivors. These are not the … Continue reading