Eric S. Levine, Ph.D., was 1 of 23 candidates to be elected and certified into the 2016 Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE). A letter of congratulations was sent to each newly elected member along with an invitation to the Academy’s 41st Annual Meeting of the Academy, which will be held Tuesday, May 24, 2016, at the University of New Haven’s Beckerman Recreation Center. Newly elected Academy members will be recognized at this Annual Meeting.
The Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering is a private, nonprofit, public-service institution patterned after the National Academy of Sciences. The Academy identifies and studies issues and technological advances that are or should be of concern to the people of Connecticut, and provides unbiased, expert advice on science- and technology-related issues to state government and other Connecticut institutions. It is comprised of distinguished scientists and engineers from Connecticut’s academic, industrial, and institutional communities. Membership is limited by the Academy’s Bylaws to 400 members.
Dr. Levine joins Dr. Richard (Dick) Mains, Dr. Douglas Oliver and Dr. Betty Eipper, all members of the Department of Neuroscience who were previously elected into CASE.