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Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences

Graduate Program (M.Sc.) - Global Change Ecology

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Cait Salerno

Cait Salerno


At Global Change Ecology until 12/2018
e-Mail: caitlyn.salerno(at)uni-bayreuth.de



10/2016 - present

Master of Science in Global Change Ecology
University of Bayreuth, Germany

09/2010 - 05/2014

Bachelor of Science in Biology
Siena College, Albany, New York, USA

Minor in Spanish


Semester Abroad in Cuenca, Ecuador                                                  CEDEI Cuenca, Ecuador

Courses in: Environmental Studies of the Andes and excursions to the Galapagos and Amazon Rainforest


Work Experience



Global Island Partnership (GLISPA) Fellow



Research Assistant                                                                              Siena College and VIMS Lab, Wachepreague, VA

Conducted lab and field studies of a marine polychaete in the lab of Dr. Sarah Berke


English teacher at Avalon English                                                           Seoul, South Korea                                                                               

Taught English lessons to children ages 6-15

Science Schools  



La Palma Science School                                                                           La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain                                                      

Research project: The effects of elevation on endemic plant species




United Nations Oceans Conference, UN Headquarters, New York, USA

As a GLISPA fellow supported the GLISPA team and members in side events as well as high-level events run by the network


Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), UN Campus, Bonn, Germany


 Society for Comparative and Integrative Biology (SCIB)                Austin, Texas

Poster presentation: The effects of algal species on a marine polycheate Diopatra cuprea

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