• NEWS
    Seeds: From Catalogues to a Network of Thousands
    As we delve into issues of food sourcing in the 21st century, we often overlook the concept of developing resilient and abundant seed networks, which would allow us to breed regionally adapted plant varieties.
  • NEWS
    Mozambique Sustenance
    Helena Shilomboleni ’09 is completing her PhD in the social and ecological sustainability of food systems at Canada’s University of Waterloo, examining food security in Mozambique through two local organizations.
  • NEWS
    South African Expedition Examines Lichen Diversity
    Funded by a National Geographic Society Research and Exploration grant, a team including Botany Professor Nishi Rajakaruna ’94, Ian Medeiros ’16, and Nate Pope ’07 are in South Africa examining the influence of climate and altitude on differing species of lichen.


April 29th, 2017

  • Apr

    Walking Tour of Prospect Park

    10:00am, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY Join COA alumnus Philip Kunhardt IV ’11 on a walking tour of Prospect Park!



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