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Kim KnollStaff Assistant
Marine Resources Advisory Council
Sustainability Studies Program

 

Kim Knoll is the Administrative Assistant to Heidi Hutner since the merger of The School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences and Sustainability Studies.    She divides her time between the two offices.  Kim began her career at the University working in Human Resources but has been with The School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences for the past 15 years.   While at SoMAS Kim works for Dr. Michael Frisk who is Director of the Living Marine Resources Institute.  She is the administrative support for Dr. Frisk’s work as Chairman to the Marine Resources Advisory Council.  Kim was also the Regional Coordinator for the Bay Scallop Bowl with William Wise from 2001 to 2015.

News articles related to Kim are below:

Bay Scallop Bowl 2017

The 2017 Bay Scallop Bowl was a great success--thank you to all who attended and the students who participated! The success of the Bowl could not be achieved without the help of the volunteers and the extraordinary effort of Rachel Silver, Kim Knoll and Bill Wise. The...

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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 bisque. Steve...

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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...

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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...

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The Sustainability Studies Program joins SoMAS!

  The Sustainability Studies Program (SUS) has now merged with the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. Sustainability Studies was a standalone academic unit within the university that was initially developed at the Southampton campus. Over the years, SUS...

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SoMAS Convocation 2016

Congratulations to our graduates!  The annual SoMAS Convocation occurred on Friday, May 20, 2016 at the SAC auditorium. Students gathered with their friends and family and SoMAS faculty and staff to celebrate the completion of their journey at Stony Brook University....

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“Souper Bowl II” Raises Funds for Teaching Award

Thanks to everyone who turned out for Souper Bowl II.  We had a great time and raised $326 for the Protopopescu Teaching Award. Kudos to the cooks and their outstanding contributions:Breadsticks - Mala MassonButternut Squash Soup - Barbara BrancaChicken and...

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Bay Scallop Bowl 2015

The 2015 Bay Scallop Bowl, held on February 7th, 2015, was won by the team from Mt. Sinai High School, a perennial powerhouse at this event.  They will now begin to prepare for the 2015 National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) finals, which take place in Ocean Springs,...

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“Souper Bowl I” Raises Funds for Teaching Award

Thanks to everyone who turned out for SoMAS Souper Bowl I!  We had a great time and raised $373 for the Protopopescu Teaching Award.  A dozen of the best cooks at SoMAS fired burners, simmered stock, and selected ingredients.  Entries included: Black Bean, Red Pepper,...

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Mt. Sinai High School Wins 8th Annual Bay Scallop Bowl

Mt. Sinai High School defeated rival Churchville-Chili High School to win the
8th Annual Bay Scallop Bowl hold al Stony Brook University on February 7th, 2009. The Bay Scallop Bowl is one of 25 regional competitions that take place nationwide as part of the National...

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SoMAS to Host 8th Annual Bay Scallop Bowl

On Saturday, February 7, 2009, high school students from across New York will visit Stony Brook University to compete in the Bay Scallop Bowl, an annual competition that tests teams on their knowledge of oceanography and related sciences. Teams of 4-5 students will be...

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Churchville-Chili Takes 2nd Bay Scallop Bowl Victory

Churchville-Chili High School dominated the 7th annual Bay Scallop Bowl on February 9, 2008, walking away with a second straight victory. The team, led by veteran coach Karl Biedlingmaier, consisted of solely new recruits following the graduation of last year's...

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