The Center for Biotechnology has been selected as one of eight startup accelerators in the nation to participate in a federal program designed to identify and support solutions to health security threats.
After the excitement and crowds of the commencement celebration dissipated, the Alumni Association celebrated something significant in its own right. After 50 Years, the Class of 1968 returned to campus to once again reconnect with their Alma Mater.
Carl Safina, a marine ecologist and author of various books, including a recent bestseller about what animals think and feel, is one of the nation’s most esteemed environmental writers. As an ecologist, his achievements include leading campaigns to ban high-seas driftnets, achieve passage of a UN global fisheries treaty, and reduce albatross and sea turtle drownings on commercial fishing lines. He now writes about the troubled relationship between humanity and the living world.