Congratulations to Sam Alaimo

Congratulations, to Samantha Alaimo who has been selected to participate in the inaugural NJ Wind Institute Fellowship Program at Rutgers University. As a fellow, she will receive a stipend in the total amount of $30,000 in support of her research assistantship with Travis Miles and Josh Kohut. Sam applied as...

Congratulations to Liz Sikes!

Congratulations Elisabeth Sikes who has been awarded the Scientific Committee of Antarctic Research (SCAR) Medal for Excellence in Antarctic Research!  This medal is a recognition of excellence in Antarctic and Southern Ocean research and outstanding service to the international Antarctic community, both of which are critical to advancing SCAR's vision and...

Congratulations to Vince and Lisa

Congratulations to Vince Clementi and Lisa Herbert who received NSF postdoctoral fellowship.  This is a very nice achievement. Vince also was awarded a second year NRC funding to complete his PhD thesis before he transitions to the postdoc track.  He will stay at Rutgers.

Hailey receives Geological Society of America Award

She has received a Geological Society of America Award to support her research on “Disentangling influences on elemental concentrations in Chilean Margin marine sediments since the Last Glacial Maximum.” And another congratulation for being accepted to the Urbino Summer School of Paleoceanography in Italy this summer. congratulazioni per entrambi i...

Congratulations to Hailey

Congratulations to Hailey Riechelson who was one of the two graduate student chosen to receive the 2022 Scholarship for a Graduate Student from the New Jersey Chapter of the Society of Women Environmental Professionals (NJSWEP).

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...

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...