CORE Lab Graduating Seniors!

The CORE lab would like to congratulate the members of our lab who will be graduating this semester. We are thankful for all the hard work and committment our seniors have given to the lab! Good luck with all future endeavors, we know all of you will be doing great...

Poster Presentations in the Lab!

Poster Presentations in the Lab!

For our last lab meeting of the semester on Friday, all of our undergraduate research assistants and graduate students collaborated to create posters on their research. Each team worked on designing posters that displayed their research plan and preliminary results...

The Science of Bad Vibes: Dr. Coley’s Input!

The director of the CORE lab, Dr. John Coley, was recently featured in a Popular Mechanics article: "The Science of Bad Vibes: Can Some Places Really Hold Onto Negative Energy?" The article discusses the science behind feeling “negative energy” in a location that may...

New CORE Lab Publication: Beliefs about Human-Nature Relationships and Implications for Investment and Stewardship Surrounding Land-Water System Conservation

New CORE Lab Publication: Beliefs about Human-Nature Relationships and Implications for Investment and Stewardship Surrounding Land-Water System Conservation

New CORE Lab Publication: Beliefs about Human-Nature Relationships and Implications for Investment and Stewardship Surrounding Land-Water System ConservationClick here for the full paper This past November, Dr. John Coley, the principal investigator of the CORE lab,...

Start of the Semester at the CORE Lab!

Start of the Semester at the CORE Lab!

Start of the Spring Semester The CORE Lab is very excited to be back at work in the spring semester. Our teams are working on a wide variety of exciting projects! It is great to see all our lab members at our weekly lab meetings back in person (with some Zoom members...

CORE Lab Spotlight: Tobe Chima

CORE Lab Spotlight: Tobe Chima

We sat down with Coop Research Coordinator Tobe Chima to find out more about her take on the coop position, the CORE Lab, and life in general. What interested you about the CORE Lab coop position? I was really interested in being super involved in an academic research...