Articles by: Christine Calvo

Humans of CASE: Eduardo Lombard

Humans of CASE: Eduardo Lombard

Inspired by Humans of New York, where Brandon Stanton shares short stories of hundreds of New Yorkers, we went on […]

Research training program in Madagascar

Research training program in Madagascar

The Tropical Conservation Institute is seeking four outstanding students to participate in TCI’s IRES Program, a research training program in lemur, sea turtle and marine […]

What to look for while house hunting

What to look for while house hunting

Moving is inevitable. Picking up and relocating can be difficult, especially for families. Dr. Charles Bleiker, associate professor in the Department […]

Chemistry alum honored with Mentor of the Year Award

Chemistry alum honored with Mentor of the Year Award

The Biotechnology Institute recently recognized Dr. Cristobal Carambo, chemistry alum, at the 2019 BIO International Convention for his service to […]

36th International Geological Congress travel grant

36th International Geological Congress travel grant

The Geological Society of America, the Geological Society of America Foundation and the U.S. National Committee for Geological Sciences are […]

Intern at Sports Konnect

Intern at Sports Konnect

Sports Konnect is looking for interns to be part of its after school program that assists and supervises at-risk youth through […]

Up Close: Dr. Jose F. Rodriguez

Up Close: Dr. Jose F. Rodriguez

At the College of Arts, Sciences & Education, we’re training the next generation of changemakers. Our faculty and students are […]

Nat Geo’s SHARKFEST returns

Nat Geo’s SHARKFEST returns

SHARKFEST is back on the National Geographic channel. Season seven kicked off Sunday with “Cannibal Sharks.” Featuring user-generated content shot around the globe, […]

Beach bound? Stay safe

Beach bound? Stay safe

It’s no secret that beachgoers have seen sharks in the Atlantic Ocean this summer; but don’t worry, it’s still safe […]

Where are they now? Judge Robert Diaz

Where are they now? Judge Robert Diaz

The College of Arts, Sciences & Education prepares students for life after graduation to become successful leaders in the community. […]