I am very pleased to let you know that Eugene Law has been appointed the 2015-16 ESF Outreach Graduate Assistant. Eugene is an M.S. student in the graduate program in environmental science (Dr. Stewart Diemont, Major Professor). Among his many accomplishments, Eugene earned the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence in recognition of excellence in academic achievement, leadership and community service. Eugene has served as president of the ESF Undergraduate Student Association, as the undergraduate representative to the ESF Board of Trustees, ESF representative to the Syracuse University Student Association and as a brother of Alpha Phi Omega Community Service Fraternity.
I am also honored to let you know that the following graduate students were selected to serve as Teaching Fellows for the 2015 Graduate Assistant Colloquium on Teaching and Learning. Thank you for all of your ongoing support and active participation.
- Scott Bergey, Ph.D. student, Chemistry (Dr. Arthur Stipanovic, Major Professor) and president of the ESF Graduate Student Association (GSA)
- Whitney Lash-Marshall, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Environmental Studies
- Fernanda Oliveira, Ph.D. student, Paper and Bioprocess Engineering (Dr. Klaus Doelle, Major Professor)
- Emily Stephan, Ph.D. student, Environmental Resources Engineering (Dr. Theodore Endreny, Major Professor)
- Sara Velardi, Ph.D. student, Graduate Program in Environmental Science (Dr. Theresa Selfa, Major Professor)
- Jay W. Wason, III, Ph.D. student, Environmental and Forest Biology, (Dr. Martin Dovciak, Major Professor)
- the culture and expectations of ESF;
- instructional skills necessary to work effectively as a GA;
- people and units who provide leadership and support to the GA’s role; and
- professional skills and resources that will endure beyond your ESF graduate assistant experience.
The Colloquium will be held Wednesday, August 26 and Thursday, August 27, 2015 in Moon Library. Complete Colloquium information is available on the web at http://www.esf.edu/iq/colloquium
Chuck Spuches, Associate Provost for Outreach