College and Department: SUNY ESF was founded in 1911. Enrollment is approximately 2200 undergraduate and 500 graduate students, with 20% of entering freshman from outside New York State (students represent more than 30 states) and more than 10% from minority populations. ESF is one of the most selective SUNY campuses for undergraduate admissions. Instruction is provided by nearly 150 full-time faculty members who support 22 undergraduate and 30 graduate degree programs. The College's long-standing partnership with Syracuse University provides ESF students and faculty with additional opportunities. More than 90% of ESF faculty members are active in funded research (the highest percentage in SUNY). The ERE Department has eight full-time collegial faculty members who contribute to our national and international reputation in scholarship. ERE delivers an EAC/ABET accredited B.S. in Environmental Resources Engineering, and offers M.S., M.P.S., and Ph.D. degrees in four areas of study (Geospatial Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Ecological Engineering, and Environmental Resources Engineering), and M.P.S. degrees in Environmental Management.