MEES Colloquium 2017
MEES Faculty and Students came together for a weekend of fun at the MEES Graduate Program 2017 Colloquium hosted by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science- Horn Point Laboratory. We would like to congratulate the presentation awardees:
Posters: Wenfei Ni and Miranda Marvel
Elevator Pitches: Anna Davis and Virginia Weeks
Three Minute Powerpoint: Shadesha Green
Tech Enabled: Juan Alvarez
Art/Funny: Maureen Brooks
UMCES Research on Chesapeake Bay Acidification Profiled in the Baltimore Sun
Jeff Cornwell discussed his research on the growing acidification of the Chesapeake Bay and consequences for its ecosystem.
ATTN: prospective graduate students!!
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Graduate students take lessons to bay for plankton research cruise
Get a glimpse of field education in the MEES Program as graduate students cruised the Bay.
We would like to congratulate the following MEES Graduates of the Summer 2017 semester:
- Philip Clark, M.S.
- Matthew Damiano, M.S.
- Hillary Lane Glandon, Ph.D.
- Emily Liljestrand, M.S.
- Wei Liu, Ph.D.
- Erin Markin, Ph.D.
- Leah Maurer, M.S.
- Christopher Paver, M.S.
- Zoe Vulgaropulos, M.S.
- Yuanchao Zhan, Ph.D.
MEES is proud to announce that one of our faculty members, Dr. Russell Hill, Director of the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) has received a 2016 USM Regent's Faculty Award for Excellence in Mentoring, one of the highest honors that the Board bestows on its faculty! To read the rest of the article, please click here!
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SAVE THE DATE! MEES COLLOQUIUM WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 & SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23!
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