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Latest Technology Helping SoMAS Student Identify Harmful Algae

Latest Technology Helping SoMAS Student Identify Harmful Algae

Photo above: Graduate student Rebecca Rogers with the Imaging FlowCytobot (IFCB) at the Marine Sciences Center in Southampton. From Latest Technology Helping Student Identify Harmful by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook University News, March 18, 2021 Rebecca Rogers has... Jonathon Gaare (MA, 2020)

Jonathon Gaare (MA, 2020)

Jonathon Gaare interned as a seasonal Park Ranger Interpreter for the National Park Service at the nearby Fire Island National Seashore and focused his project on science communication during a pandemic. The role of the Interpreter is to use their diverse wealth of...

Christine Suter (MA, 2020)

Christine Suter (MA, 2020)

Christine Suter conducted her internship with the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society (AMSEAS) based in Hampton Bays, New York, where she analyzed data on sea turtle strandings in the coastal waters of New York for the years 2010, 2012 and 2016. Her goals were to... Kayla Clauson (MA, 2020)

Kayla Clauson (MA, 2020)

Kayla Clauson interned as an educator and research assistant with Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NBNERR) through the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on Prudence Island. Prudence Island is a remote island in the geographical... Nolan Slattery (MA, 2020)

Nolan Slattery (MA, 2020)

Nolan’s capstone study, a New York State Marine Aquaculture 2020 Prospectus, included a comprehensive review of both the history of shellfish and aquaculture in New York and recent policy events that have direct implications on commercial aquaculture in New...

Fun Fact Fridays with SBU Weather

Home Institute for Terrestrial and Planetary Atmospheres People Students Undergraduate Program Graduate Program Combined Degree Program Research Opportunities, Internships & Financial Aid Petra M. Udelhofen Memorial Scholarship Timothy Magnussen Memorial... SBU Weather Student Showcase in Seawolves Storm or Not

SBU Weather Student Showcase in Seawolves Storm or Not

For the past two years, Stony Brook University Students in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and students in the School of Journalism have worked together to produce a short news segment called “Seawolves Storm or Not.” The news program focuses... Student Blogger Shares Health and Fitness Wisdom with College Peers

Student Blogger Shares Health and Fitness Wisdom with College Peers

From Student Blogger Shares Health and Fitness Wisdom with College Peers by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook University News, October 19, 2020. Staying fit, trim and healthy can be challenging for college students, and gaining the notorious “Freshman 15” is all the more... Students Collaborate on Study of Earthworms and Herbicides

Students Collaborate on Study of Earthworms and Herbicides

From Students Collaborate on Study of Earthworms and Herbicides on Stony Brook University News, October 16, 2020. Stony Brook’s Earthworm Ecotoxicology Lab, associated with the Sustainability Studies program, will soon publish a paper on the effect of Roundup... Student Activists Tackle Climate Change

Student Activists Tackle Climate Change

Photo above: Emily Schalkham ’21 From Student Activists Tackle Climate Change by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook University News, October 5, 2020. Two Stony Brook students have taken the lead on an influential issue that has significant ramifications for Long Island and... Geospatial Science Aficionado Alina Lance Follows 2013 AE Champ Olivia Mintun’s Path

Geospatial Science Aficionado Alina Lance Follows 2013 AE Champ Olivia Mintun’s Path

From Geospatial Science Aficionado Alina Lance Follows 2013 AE Champ Olivia Mintun’s Path by Adam Rubin on Stony Brook Athletics STONY BROOK, N.Y. — Olivia Mintun led the Stony Brook softball team in batting average during the 2013 America East Tournament as the... Fall Updates from SoMAS Faculty

Fall Updates from SoMAS Faculty

The Fall Semester is off and running, and while classes are back in session, SoMAS faculty are bringing in research awards! Dr. Paul Shepson has received a new award from NSF’s Office of Polar Programs, in support of the project: “Collaborative Research:... Anne Green ’22 Takes Civic Engagement to a New Level

Anne Green ’22 Takes Civic Engagement to a New Level

From Anne Green ’22 Takes Civic Engagement to a New Level by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook University News, September 16, 2020 An invitation to take part in a panel discussion by global health advocate Chelsea Clinton is just one of the many distinctions that Anne Green... Tackling a Microbial Mystery During Pandemic Times

Tackling a Microbial Mystery During Pandemic Times

Photo above: Sharon Pochron (upper left) meets with URECA research team via Zoom. From Tackling a Microbial Mystery During Pandemic Times on Stony Brook University News by Glenn Jochum on August 24, 2020. When Sharon Pochron assembled a group of students and faculty... SoMAS Student Athlete Champions Environment throughout Campus

SoMAS Student Athlete Champions Environment throughout Campus

STONY BROOK, N.Y. — From a young age, Jessica Salmon attended family reunions in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. And a passion for marine biology was born. “I just fell in love with the water,” Salmon said. “And I know it sounds cliché, but that...