Apparently our attempt to bring some joy to an otherwise long cold winter has garnered some enthusiastic support. I appreciate our graduate assistant, Kansas native and environmental science masters student, Rachel Hoppins, and Long Beach, California native and environmental studies undergraduate, Chris Rothery, for their creative spirit – thank you.
If you haven’t followed Chris through the seasons and holidays of the academic year, please visit him on Facebook. But please don’t let the joyful tone distract you from the serious opportunities ESF’s Summer Semester offers ESF students – as well as students from other campuses to explore on-campus and field-experience courses, including courses in Acadia National Park (Maine), Washington DC, Heiberg Forest, New York City, Martha’s Vineyard, the Hudson River Watershed and elsewhere. Or the opportunity to Take ESF with You Wherever You Go through on online course. All at affordable and competitive SUNY tuition rates. Help us spread the word – thank you.
Chuck Spuches, Associate Provost for Outreach