Dr. Christopher Gambino
Dr. Christopher Gambino is an assistant professor of animal science at Delaware Valley University. He is passionate about feeding communities both locally and globally. Dr. Gambino has published peer-reviewed research on climate-smart agriculture. Before joining DelVal, Dr. Gambino worked as a post-doc in North Carolina State University’s Genetic Engineering and Society (GES) Center on his USDA funded project, “Toward Fostering Science-Based Decision Makers: Overcoming Conceptualization Barriers in Agricultural Sustainability.” He has held appointments as a senior natural resource analyst with the University of Idaho’s Policy Analysis Group (PAG) and as a Breakthrough Generation Fellow at The Breakthrough Institute. He also assisted on the AGree Initiative facilitated by Meridian Institute.
- Animal Science
- Public Policy (MPP)
- Ph.D., Animal Sciences, Washington State University
- Graduate Certificate, Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture, Washington State University
- MPA Candidate, Nonprofit/Public/Organizational Management, North Carolina State University
- B.S., Human Nutrition, North Carolina State University