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Ecologist Looks Below the Surface for Evolutionary Progress

What sparks a lifelong passion for studying fish? A childhood spent in Honolulu is a start.
M“Growing up in Hawaii, I started snorkeling and spending time in the water when I was very small,” said Rose L. Carlson, Ph.D., an assistant professor of evolutionary ecology.


Professor Challenges Students to See
Transformative Powers of Architecture

In the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a 12-story, two-year-old every bit like one of the new luxury towers that have sprouted in the area in the last decade.
MIt is also the latest project from Colin Cathcart, M.Arch, an associate professor of architecture at Fordham.


Cosmochemist Adds Critical Link to
Meteorite’s Chain of Discovery

Before this spring, Sutter’s Mill, a sawmill in Coloma, Calif., was known primarily for its prominence during the 19th-century gold rush.
MBut when a string of meteorites made their presence known on April 22, 2012 via a sonic boom and a fireball streaking across the sky, scientists and residents rapidly enjoined in a new hunt. And Jon Friedrich, Ph.D., was part of a team of scientists who analyzed the Sutter’s Mill meteorite.



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