Congratulations to our Spring 2014 Magellan winners: Julia Bennett, Ryan Bos, Emma De Neef, Charlotte Eckmann, Gregory Isales, and Craig Raffenberg!
Dr. Joe Quattro's discovery of the Carolina Hammerhead is listed as #6 in Time Magazine's list of top ten species discovered in 2013.
For those of you who may know Dr. Miles Hayes (now retired) - one of THE coastal geomorphologists (think erosion, groundwater, etc.) in the world -Check out the Special issue - Proceedings, Symposium in Applied Coastal Geomorphology to Honor Miles O. Hayes. Articles are freely available and many focus on the beaches of our beloved South Carolina.
Congratulations to our very own Dr. Howie Scher - who has been named a University of Tasmania Visiting Scholar!
Congratulations to Marine Science major Abigail Engleman, who has been named the first finalist in the " Win your future unlimited" global competition. She will participate in a two-week study tour of Australia in December, and compete to win a year of study at an Australian institution beginning in February 2014.
Congratulations to Dr. Dennis M. Allen, whose project entitled "Exploring Mechanisms for Linking Climate Change, Long-Term Larval Fish Abundance, and Water Quality Monitoring Data for Fisheries Management Decisions" is funded by Rutgers University/NOAA for $89,059.
Congratulations to Dr. Erik Smith, whose project entitled "Improving Management Outcomes of Sea-Level Rise Modeling through Standardized Sampling a Key Model Input: Total Suspended Solids above Tidal Marshes" was funded by Point Blue Conservation Science/UNH/NOAA for $26,133.
Congratulations to Marine Science undergraduate Greg Isales, who received a $3000 SURF grant to conduct research with Dr. David Volz.
Congratulations to Dr. Dwayne Porter's project entitled "Continuing Support of the NERR Centralized Data Management Office" is funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for $349,146.