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 VPAA Barbara Chesler recognizes Professors Zappi and Berki for helping students enter a summer program at Johns Hopkins University
Conducting experiments in Bi 207 (Physiology).
Dissecting a lamprey in Bi 208 (Anatomy).
Professor Kenney and students at the pollinator garden.
Student Debbie Balthazar presented the research she conducted as a Johns Hopkins University intern.
Students Tulaja Shrestha and Christina Blonski were awarded scholarships for their research.
President Blattner attended the induction ceremony of the Tri-Beta Biology Honors Society.

The Department of Natural and Physical Sciences offers courses in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Health Sciences. Our programs prepare students for careers in research, education, and the health professions.

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  • Science Students Present at Biologists’ Conference November 1, 2016 Caldwell, N.J. Nov. 1, 2016 –Five students and an alumna from the Department of Natural and Physical Sciences participated in the 49th Annual Metropolitan Association of College and University Biologists Conference Oct. 29 at State University of New York at Old Westbury, N.Y.  The theme of the conference was “The Dance ...
  • CU Science Students Intern at Johns Hopkins September 19, 2016 Caldwell, N.J., September 16, 2016 – Two Caldwell University science students and one recent alumna were selected to intern at the world-renowned teaching and biomedical hospital Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. Students Pamela Marte and Juan Garcia and recent grad Christina Blonski-Cupo were chosen to participate in the JH Bloomberg School of ...
  • CU Student Chosen for NJ Governor’s STEM Scholars Program September 14, 2016 Caldwell, N.J., Sept. 14, 2016 – Caldwell University alumna and current post-baccalaureate student Jessica Binkiewicz was chosen for the prestigious 2017 New Jersey Governor’s STEM Scholars program. The goal of the competitive program is to educate the best and brightest students about science, technology, engineering and math opportunities in New Jersey ...
  • Science Student Presents at Undergraduate Research Symposium March 10, 2016 Caldwell University biology major Eva Suchar presented her research findings at the third annual Independent College Fund of New Jersey’s Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City on March 7. The conference features outstanding science, technology, math and engineering independent projects by students at New Jersey independent ...
  • Faculty and Students Meet Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüthrich at Eastern Analytical Symposium and Present Poster February 2, 2016 Caldwell, N.J., Feb. 2, 2016 – Science faculty and students had the thrill of meeting Nobel Laureate Kurt Wüthrich at the Eastern Analytical Symposium in November. Biology Professor Agnes Berki and Chemistry and Physics Professor Fernando Commodari, along with nine students in biology and chemistry, attended the conference held in Somerset, ...
  • Science students present at ICFNJ undergraduate research symposium April 21, 2015 Caldwell, N.J., April 21, 2015 – Caldwell University Science Students presented their research at the Independent College Fund of New Jersey Undergraduate Research Symposium “Investing in Students Investing in New Jersey” on March 30 at Liberty Science Center.  Led by their professor, Dr. Agnes Berki, Caldwell students Laura Prioteasa, Jaimie Peter, ...
  • Biology Students Attend Research Symposium and Receive Roche Research Grant October 31, 2013 Several students from Science Professor Agnes Berki’s Biology Research course attended the 16th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical and Biological Sciences at University of Maryland Baltimore County on Oct. 26. “This was a great opportunity for our students to learn about research conducted by peers at different institutions. It ...
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