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University Enjoys Great Relationship With Wildlife Refuge

University Enjoys Great Relationship With Wildlife Refuge

Photo above:  The wildlife tank from the Quogue Wildlife Refuge From University Enjoys Great Relationship With Wildlife Refuge by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook Matters, February 14, 2017 As every Biology 101 student knows, symbiosis is a mutually beneficial relationship...
Peterson Lab Investigates Clam-Seagrass Mutualism in Panama

Peterson Lab Investigates Clam-Seagrass Mutualism in Panama

Diana Chin, a PhD candidate in the Peterson Lab, recently returned from a 14-week visit to the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) Bocas del Toro research station in Panama. She was investigating mutualism among chemosymbiotic clams and tropical seagrasses as part of her dissertation research, in collaboration with Smithsonian Staff Scientist Dr. Andrew Altieri and assistants Kevin Katcher and William Wied (SoMAS ‘16, B.S. Marine Sciences). Her research was supported by funding from the Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP), part of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, and by a STRI Short-Term Fellowship.

Souper Bowl III Raises Funds, Feeds Appetites

Souper Bowl III Raises Funds, Feeds Appetites

Souper Bowl III was another succulent success, raising $401.25 for the Nuria Protopopescu Memorial Fund. Congratulations and thanks to all the competitors: Jennifer Barton – roast cauliflower and garlic. Christina Heilbrun – lentil. Kim Knoll – crab...
SoMAS 2016 Retrospective Banquet

SoMAS 2016 Retrospective Banquet

Many thanks for those that joined us on December 14, 2016 for our Holiday Retrospective with great food and people. The highlight was when Santa arrived and the little ones all got a ride with him. A special thank you to those who helped organize the event including...
2016 Evan R. Liblit Memorial Scholarship Winners Honored

2016 Evan R. Liblit Memorial Scholarship Winners Honored

Above Image: Charles Taber (Dean of the Graduate School), Alfredo Esposito (Undergraduate Liblit Scholar), Michelle Barbosa (Undergraduate Liblit Scholar), Irvin Huang (Graduate Liblit Scholar), Larry Swanson, Michael Cahill The winners of the 2016 Evan R. Liblit...
North Atlantic Tuna Less Toxic, SoMAS Study Finds

North Atlantic Tuna Less Toxic, SoMAS Study Finds

From “North Atlantic Tuna Less Toxic, Study Finds” on SBU Happenings, 2016-12-07 In a piece of welcome news for seafood lovers, a Stony Brook-led research team has found declining levels of mercury in bluefin tuna caught in the North Atlantic over the past...

EDP Student Examines the 2016 Election

In Dr. Jim Quigley‘s SBC 308 – American Environmental Politics course, students are tasked to compose a 500 word Op-Ed.  Soo Hyun Ahn, a Junior Environmental Design, Policy and Planning student in the class, chose to write his essay on the environmental...
SoMAS and the R/V Seawolf attend SUBMERGE 2016

SoMAS and the R/V Seawolf attend SUBMERGE 2016

Great crowds attended the second annual SUBMERGE festival at Hudson River Park’s Pier 26.  The event was hosted by Hudson River Park and the New York Hall of Science and SoMAS was there to participate!  Over 6000 people were in attendance! David Bowman, Jason...
New Student BBQ 2016

New Student BBQ 2016

Many thanks to the faculty, staff and graduate students who came out for the 2016 New Student BBQ!  Great weather and fantastic set up and preparation by the volunteers helped keep the lines short and everyone well fed.  Interim Dean Larry Swanson commented that the...
SoMAS Students Participate in SEA Semester Journey

SoMAS Students Participate in SEA Semester Journey

Alexandra Bonecutter, a student in the Environmental Studies program with a Marine Science minor, and Ruthann Monsees, a student in the Coastal Environmental Studies program Sustainability Studies program, were part of a SEA Semester voyage that was recently featured...
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