Dr. James Morris' project entitled "Clonal aging and the molecular basis for sudden marsh dieback." is funded by SC Sea Grant Consortium/NOAA/DOC for $25,323!
Dr. Dianne Greenfield's project entitled "Development and validation of a novel molecular tool to rapidly detect and quantify harmful algal bloom (HAB) species linked with fish kills and public health." is funded by SC Sea Grant Consortium/NOAA/DOC for $31,529!
Dr. Erik Smith's project entitled "Hydrology and pollutant removal performance in detention ponds typical of the lower coastal plain of South Carolina." is funded by SC Sea Grant Consortium/NOAA/DOC for $49,027!
Margaret Palmer, a Ph.D. graduate of the MSCI Program, is in the news again! Dr. Palmer's research and advocacy about the adverse effects of strip mining on streams and creeks in Appalachia is featured in Science Magazine!
Congratulations to Lauren Hehman and Alex Norelli, who won student presentation awards at the Southeastern Estuarine Research Society (SEERS) meeting, February 13-14, 2014, in Savannah, Georgia! Congrats also to Drs. Erik Smith, Jay Pinckney and Tammi Richardson!
Dr. Jean Ellis has been awarded a very prestigious Fulbright Award to conduct research in Brazil this Fall!
Margaret Vogel and John Gatto, MSCI undergraduate researchers with Dr. Blaine Griffen, are co-authors on peer-reviewed publications!
MSCI Undergraduate Charlotte Eckmann is featured in the USC Times!
Congratulations to Marine Science Graduate Student Doug Bell (Advisor Dr. Tammi Richardson) who received a USC SPARC Graduate Research Fellowship!
Congratulations to Mauro Maza Chamorro, a 2011 Ph.D. graduate of the Marine Science Program, for his appointment as Manager of the Marine Sciences Program of the Colombia National Science System (COLCIENCIAS). Mauro sends his thanks to his advisor, Dr. George Voulgaris, and the MSCI Program for his excellent preparation for this position. We are all very proud of Mauro!