Marine Sciences on Rutgers Day

The last Saturday was Rutgers Day, and we are all thankful to our graduate students who did an EXCELLENT job representing as community ambassadors!  We thank the full cohort who helped which includes Chris Johns, Quintin Diou-Cass, Samantha Alaimo, Jackie Veatch, Bridget Ovall, Lois Anderson, Joe Gradone, Hailey Riechelson, Michael...

Let’s celebrate our undergrads today!

Diane Adams Award for Undergraduate Research: Evyatar “Avi” Kanik Avi is majoring in Animal Biotechnology with a minor in Marine Sciences and Biochemistry. He has conducted research in George Pieczenik’s lab (Biochemistry) on the subject of color constancy and the land color effect - I encourage you to ask him...

Congratulations Ryan Glaubke!

Ryan Glaubke has received a student travel award to travel to the 14th International Conference on Paleoceanography (ICP14). ICP is the premier meeting in Paleoceanography and is held once every three years.  The ICP14 meeting will be held in Norway at the end of the summer. Student's from over 24 countries...

SciFri Zoom Call-In Featuring Oscar Schofield: Life At The Poles is Changing. What Do These Frozen Regions Forecast For Life on Earth?

  Webinar Registration TopicLife At The Poles is Changing. What Do These Frozen Regions Forecast For Life on Earth? – SciFri Zoom Call-inDescriptionHow Uma Bhatt, Arctic climate researcher, and Oscar Schofield, Antarctic biological oceanographer, are tracking shifts at the poles—and why science in the Arctic is a model for resilience...

Climate Conversations: Sea Level Rise

  Register Join us for a conversation about how to respond to the rising seas already threatening people, infrastructure and property on US coastlines. About this event People, infrastructure, and property along U.S. coastlines are already threatened by rising seas, which are projected to rise by an additional foot on average in...

A New Island For Birds Emerges Along The New Jersey Coast

Photo Courtesy of NJ Fish and Wildlife Something unusual and exciting has happened just off the coast of New Jersey; a new island that has become a haven for birds has formed. Located on the southern edge of the Little Egg Inlet, the island is about 1000 feet offshore of Little...

Kay Bidle Awarded Rutgers Faculty Scholar-Teacher Award

Congratulations to Kay Bidle! He has been awarded the Rutgers Faculty Scholar-Teacher Award for the academic year 2021-2022. Kay’s research focuses on the functions and interactions of marine microbes and the role these organisms play in driving Earth’s biogeochemical cycles. His broad interests have intersected all three domains of life...