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Reflections on Jamaica

Reflections on Jamaica

Undergraduate Paul Boasiako Reflects on his Study Abroad experiences in MAR 388 – Tropical Marine Ecology: Traveling to a new country, exploring a different culture and venturing outside my comfort zone were milestones I never imagined myself accomplishing some...
SoMAS MCP Students Spend Winter at Cape Eleuthera

SoMAS MCP Students Spend Winter at Cape Eleuthera

Photo above: Marine Conservation and Policy Students at Cape Eleuthera Institute during a two-week field research class in Eleuthera Over Winter Break, Marine Conservation and Policy students participated in a field course held in collaboration with The Cape Eleuthera...
Erika Lanfranchi

Erika Lanfranchi

Picture above: SoMAS MCP Students Jennifer Lopez (left) and Erika Lanfranchi (right). Hello, my name is Erika Lanfranchi I am currently a Marine Conservation and Policy graduate student. My love for the ocean started at a young age, growing up in Brooklyn N.Y. I loved...
Tracking Horseshoe Crabs by Acoustic Telemetry

Tracking Horseshoe Crabs by Acoustic Telemetry

From Tracking Horseshoe Crabs by Acoustic Telemetry on the Stony Brook Newsroom on January 9, 2019. Horseshoe crabs have been on earth since before dinosaurs, and they are an important part of the life ecosystem, as multiple marine animals, such as migratory...
SoMAS Makes a Splash with Best College for Marine Biology Ranking

SoMAS Makes a Splash with Best College for Marine Biology Ranking

From Stony Brook Makes a Splash with Best College for Marine Biology Ranking on Stony Brook News by Amelia Camurati on November 20, 2018 College Magazine has ranked Stony Brook University fourth on its list of “The 10 Best Colleges for Marine Biology,” the only...
Old Inlet Breach Flyover 2018-10-19

Old Inlet Breach Flyover 2018-10-19

Dr. Charles Flagg took another flight over the Breach at Old Inlet on Fire Island on October 19, 2018.  The flyover mosaic is available below. Mark Lang has assembled all the geo-referenced photo mosaics into a kml file that can be viewed using Google Earth.  By...
Using GIS to Find the Perfect Summer Internship

Using GIS to Find the Perfect Summer Internship

About the Author: Lucy DiBenedetto is a fourth-year student in SoMAS Sustainability Studies Program. She currently serves as a mapping intern with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, a GIS Technician for the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program, and as a...
Kaylee Surace ’21 Says “No More” to Ocean Waste

Kaylee Surace ’21 Says “No More” to Ocean Waste

From “Kaylee Surace ’21 Says “No More” to Ocean Waste” on Stony Brook News Sustainability Studies student Kaylee Surace ’21 is a student on a mission — she is committed to ocean conservation. Drawn to the ocean since she was a child, Kaylee finally decided...
SoMAS Celebrates CommUniversity Day

SoMAS Celebrates CommUniversity Day

On Saturday, September 22, SoMAS joined many other departments at the University for the 2nd annual campus-wide open house event, CommUniversity Day! With the fantastic weather, SoMAS had a great opportunity to shine and showcase our programs. Our impact on the event...
Summer Presentations by SoMAS Students

Summer Presentations by SoMAS Students

SoMAS students and faculty have spent some of their summer preparing for conferences, giving talks and training future scholars.  Here are a few updates: Nicholas Leonardo, Ph.D. candidate in Prof. Brian Colle‘s group, was awarded Best Student Oral Presentation...
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