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The MEES COLLOQUIUM WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 & SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23!
Hosted by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science- Horn Point Laboratory
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.
News from the national socio-environmental synthesis center
SESYNC Receives $28.5M Renewal from the National Science
The National Science Foundation Renews its support for SESYNC at the University of Maryland (UMD) with a new five year, $28.5 million grant.
To learn more about SESYNC's renewal, please visit our website
We would like to congratulate the following MEES Graduates of the Spring 2017 semester:
- Ph.D. Dorothea June Lundberg
- Ph.D. Rosemary M. Fanelli
- Ph.D. Alexander W. Fisher
- M.S. Stephen Gray Redding
- M.S. Aimee Lynn Hoover
MEES is proud to announce that one of our Ph.D. Candidates, Ms. Kelly Pearce was presented with the Outstanding Wildlife Student Award by the Maryland-Delaware Chapter of the Wildlife Society. Kelly is currently studying River Otters in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to determine their eligibility to serve as a flagship species for conservation efforts in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. For more information about Kelly, her award and her research, please click here!
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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