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CALS Magazine

Our CALS magazine, periodiCALS, offers alumni, family and friends an opportunity to stay connected to campus. The stories profile members of the CALS community and share highlights about our ground-breaking research, teaching and extension efforts.

On the cover

Celebrating our dean's legacy

Catching up with CALS alumni

Alumni spotlight

Supporting aquatic ecosystems

More than 40 years after graduating from CALS, Paul DuBowy '75 created an internship for bog and wetland conservation to support the next generation of researchers.

Alumni spotlight

Yi Athena Ren, Ph.D. '11

Assistant Professor of Animal Science Yi Athena Ren specializes in reproductive biology and integrative endocrinology.

Then and now

Martha Furie '74 and Chenab Khakh '20 speak about their CALS experiences, advances in biology and women in STEM fields.

Alumni spotlight

My Cornell story

Deborah Arrindell '79 currently serves as an executive medical director in global patient safety and labeling at Amgen Inc.

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Two female alumni discuss their major at CALS in the Statler Hotel Lounge
CALS Alumna Deborah Arrindell '79 walks outside the Amgen Inc. campus in Thousand Oaks, California.

Read past issues of the CALS Magazine

The links below allow you to download full PDF versions of our magazines from Cornell University Library's eCommons

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Explore how CALS collaborations are improving the world in which we live — from teaming up to protect New York state's berry industry, to crossing new frontiers in robotics, and more!

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From protecting New York City’s water supply, to launching innovative teaching techniques, read more about how CALS is pioneering change to improve our everyday lives.