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For Sascha Rosin ’21, the World is Her Oyster

For Sascha Rosin ’21, the World is Her Oyster

From For Sascha Rosin ’21, the World is Her Oyster by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook University News, July 30, 2020 Sascha Rosin ’21, a marine sciences major and sustainability studies minor, was left with few employment options this summer after COVID-19 shut down many...
Summer Updates from SoMAS Faculty

Summer Updates from SoMAS Faculty

Above: a close-up photo of a bay scallop (Photo by Chris Paparo). Congratulations to the recent research grants awarded to SoMAS faculty! Dr. Bassem Allam and co-PI Dr. Emmanuelle Pales Espinosa have received an Award from NSF in support of the project “RAPID: A...
SoMAS Alum Celebrates Release of First Book

SoMAS Alum Celebrates Release of First Book

Laurie Zaleski has found a way to communicate her science to new audiences and published her first book. A graduate from the lab of Dr. Roger Flood, she earned her M.S. degree from the Marine Sciences Research Center (now SoMAS) at Stony Brook University in 2002. A...
SoMAS Photo Competition 2020

SoMAS Photo Competition 2020

The SoMAS photo competition is an annual event where students (graduate and undergraduate), faculty and staff share their pictures with the SoMAS community and the general public. This year we have changed our categories to better represent our SoMAS diversity and...
Student Research Celebrated at URECA

Student Research Celebrated at URECA

From URECA’s 2020 Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Stony Brook University News, May 6, 2020. URECA’s Celebration of Undergraduate Research & Creativity is an annual event organized by the URECA Program that showcases undergraduate research and is open...
Stony Brook Students Join the Frontlines of Climate Change Research

Stony Brook Students Join the Frontlines of Climate Change Research

From Stony Brook Students Join the Frontlines of Climate Change Research by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook University News, April 22, 2020. An acidic ocean that won’t support marine life. Plants and animals that can’t adapt to that acidification. Armed with facts and...
Caribbean Sharks in Need of Large Marine Protected Areas

Caribbean Sharks in Need of Large Marine Protected Areas

Marine experts including a SoMAS scientist appeal to policy makers in a letter in Science Governments must provide larger spatial protections in the Greater Caribbean for threatened, highly migratory species such as sharks, is the call from a diverse group of marine...
Tropical Marine Ecology Students Winter in Jamaica

Tropical Marine Ecology Students Winter in Jamaica

Drs. Brad Peterson and Joe Warren are currently leading a group of students looking to leave the cold and rain of New York during the Winter Intersession in the tropical environment of Discovery Bay, Jamaica for MAR 388 / 537 – Tropical Marine Ecology. This 4...
SoMAS Student Wins National Scholarship

SoMAS Student Wins National Scholarship

From Future SBU Marine Science Student Wins National Scholarship on Stony Brook University News, January 13, 2020 Stony Brook freshman Clare Dana has been named the winner of a National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) scholarship. Since 2003 the NOSB, a program of...
High-Tech Instruments at SoMAS Empower the Search for Microplastics

High-Tech Instruments at SoMAS Empower the Search for Microplastics

From High-Tech Instruments Empower the Search for Microplastics by Glenn Jochum on Stony Brook News, November 1, 2019 It’s an invisible problem on a global scale. Drinking straws, shopping bags and other plastic litter contaminating our beaches and oceans are easy to...

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