ESF Science Corps Invites Nominations and Applications

SUNY-ESF’s STEM Mentoring Initiative to Strengthen the Education Pipeline is accepting nominations and applications from ESF graduate students to participate in the Spring 2015 program.  As a STEM Mentor, graduate students in the Science Corps serve as front-line role models for Syracuse City School District middle school students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  Participating mentors bring STEM content, research expertise, and passion to in-school learning activities.

Learn more about this NSF-funded program and apply online at www.esf.edu/outreach/STEMmentor. Contact Brandon Murphy at bmurphy@esf.edu or (315)470-6979/6817 for more information.

Please join us in congratulating the Fall 2014 Science Corps and their academic advisors:

  • Funmi Alfelumo, Environmental and Forest Biology, Dr. Lee Newman, advisor.
  • Adriana Beltrani, Environmental Science, Dr. Margaret Bryant, advisor.
  • Sophie Finlayson-Schueler, Environmental Science, Dr. Margaret Bryant, advisor.
  • Jacqueline Gerson, Syracuse University, Dr. Charles Driscoll, advisor.
  • Chengyan Jing, Paper and Bioprocess Engineering, Dr. Biljana Bujanovic, advisor.
  • Joshua Karchin, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Dr. Stewart Loh, advisor.
  • Rebecca Meissner, Environmental Resource Engineering, Dr. Stephen Shaw, advisor.
  • Sarah Mount, Environmental and Forest Biology, Dr. Karin Limburg, advisor.
  • Amber Papillion, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Dr. Gary Winslow, advisor.
  • Noah Pasqua-Godkin, Environmental Science, Dr. Klaus Doelle, advisor.
  • Desmaris Tyler, Environmental and Forest Biology, Dr. William Powell, advisor.

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