Research Updates from SoMAS Faculty

Research Updates from SoMAS Faculty

Photo above: An automated mesocosm called the Red Sea Simulator that will be used by Dr. Karine Kleinhaus for her NSF-funded project. The end of classes at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences is when research projects kick into full gear. Here are some of...
Mount Sinai High School Claims First Place in Bay Scallop Bowl

Mount Sinai High School Claims First Place in Bay Scallop Bowl

Photo Above: The team from Mount Sinai High School (back row) Coach Andrew Matthews, Katherine Fedotov, Aaron Angress, Arielle Mule, Matthew Miller, Assistant Coach Glynis Nau-ritter, (front row) Jake DeBlasio (B team) and Jonathon Jacobson. Congratulations to Mount...
Souper Bowl VI Defeats the Chilly February Weather

Souper Bowl VI Defeats the Chilly February Weather

The cold rainy weather Thursday February 6th was no match for Souper Bowl VI. Thanks to the cooks who provided a hearty repast to beat back winter: Betsy Barrows – Escarole and White Bean Soup Jackie Collier – Vegan No-chill Chili Christina Heilbrun...
Hunter College High School Wins First Place at 2019 Bay Scallop Bowl

Hunter College High School Wins First Place at 2019 Bay Scallop Bowl

The 2019 Bay Scallop Bowl has come and gone and a new winner has emerged from the dust – Hunter College High School! Round 9 had Midwood High School pitted against the Mighty Mustangs of Mount Sinai High School. Mount Sinai emerged the winner of that round with...
17th Annual Evan R. Liblit Scholarship/Fundraiser Breakfast

17th Annual Evan R. Liblit Scholarship/Fundraiser Breakfast

The 17th annual Evan R. Liblit Scholarship/Fundraiser Breakfast took place on November 12 at the Irish Coffee Pub in East Islip. Michael Cahill, Chair of the Liblit Scholarship Steering Committee, was the moderator. Welcome remarks were made by Dr. Harold Walker of the Civil Engineering Department, who also gave an update on his undergraduate who had won the scholarship last year. Dr. Carl Safina was the keynote speaker. Moshan Chen received the Liblit Undergraduate Award which honors an outstanding undergraduate who demonstrates a commitment to helping solve environmental problems. Kaitlin Willig received the Liblit Graduate Award which supports a graduate student who demonstrates excellence in academic achievement and who is undertaking a marine, terrestrial, groundwater, atmospheric pollution-related or waste management research topic. Congratulations to both students!

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