Welcome to Inside ESF, the official magazine of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
The ESF Ranger School is about to undergo the first significant update to its physical facilities since a major renovation 15 years ago.
A quote from an ESF professor has guided Katia Avilés-Vázquez through her professional and personal life. “Anyone can climb the highest mountain,” Dr. Robin Kimmerer once said, “as long as they do it at their own pace.”
Sustainability at ESF
ESF Science Matters
Spirits of ESF
A glass of wine or a cold beer might mark the end of the workday for many people, but for a group of ESF alumni, wine, beer and stronger spirits are at the center of their work. These graduates are using their ESF educations in ways many have never considered.
Christina Killourhy M.S. ’15 had her sights set on a career in the fisheries and wildlife field until a part-time job in a homebrew shop changed the course of her life.
An employee who drinks on the job is usually a liability to a business. But in some cases, an employee who drinks on the job, as part of his job, is an asset.
From the archives
ESF faculty and delegates from academic institutions in full regalia processed from the ESF campus to Hendricks Chapel to herald the inauguration of ESF’s new president, Dr. Quentin Wheeler.
A group of ESF’s most outstanding undergraduates left campus in the spring of 2012 and headed out to spend the summer working in ecosystems ranging from rivers to the pine bush and settings as diverse as a wolf park in Indiana and a museum in Moscow, all part of their participation in the ESF Honors Program.