Crossing a suspension bridge in the trees was just one of the many adventures Cal U biology students experienced while learning about environmental issues in Costa Rica. #biology #studyabroad #caluofpa
California University of Pennsylvania students participating in a Geology Field Course explored unfamiliar terrain and mapped the uppermost rock layers of the Grand Canyon and a cinder cone and fault scrap near Death Valley.
These California University of Pennsylvania study-abroad students worked directly with the London Metropolitan Police. They responded to stabbings, assaults and a home invasion during their time in London. In addition, they worked on crime scenes and honed the criminal investigative practices they learned during class. They also explored present-day White chapel, examining the areas where Jack the Ripper’s victims were found.
Ashley Koval, a recent Cal U graduate with a chemistry degree, stands in front of the Great Sphinx of Giza, a limestone statue that stands on the Giza Plateau on the west bank of the Nile during a Cal U Honors Study Abroad Program in Egypt.
California University students sample for macro-invertebrates in the Namorana River in Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. These small animals can be used as an indicator of stream quality and habitat disturbance.
California University of Pennsylvania student Marshall Lefebvre works with an owl at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh. During his internship, Lefebvre learned to handle and feed individual animals. #environmentalsciences #wildlife #internships #caluofpa
California University of Pennsylvania student Jason McGeary, a senior accounting major, worked with Kennametal, Inc. in Latrobe, Pa. during the summer of 2013. #accounting #kennametal #internships #caluofpa