M.S. in Marine Biology Students Selected as Student Ambassadors to PRIMO20 Symposium

M.S. in Marine Biology students Danielle Beers and Sarah Kell were among those selected as Student Ambassadors to the 20th International Pollutant Responses in Marine Organisms (PRIMIO20) Symposium hosted in Charleston, SC this past May. The meeting brought together students and researchers from 22 countries to discuss marine pollution, mechanisms of toxicity, development of biomarkers,…

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GRICE LOGBOOK

I have exciting news to share! The 2013 issue of the GRICE LOGBOOK, the newsletter of the Grice Marine Laboratory and the Graduate Program in Marine Biology at the College of Charleston, is now available for viewing: http://grice.cofc.edu/Newsletter/gmllogbook2013.pdf (requires Acrobat Reader) Here’s what you will find: Professor Studies Marine Life through a Genomic Lens The…

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For the Love of Sea Turtles

Recently, Scientific American posted an article, featuring one of the biology adjunct professors. Jennifer Keller, from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, has worked with 3 of our Masters of Marine Biology students in the past. The article, “Long-lasting Chemicals May Harm Sea Turtles,” examines the unknown risks of chemical pollution on sea turtles…

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7th Annual Graduate Student Research Poster Session

The Seventh Annual Graduate Student Research Poster Session was a resounding success!   This year, 22 projects were presented by 26 graduate students from eight different graduate programs.  In excess of 250 Faculty, Staff and Lowcountry Citizens grilled and queried the presenters while enjoying a tasty reception sponsored by the Graduate Student Association and the Graduate School…

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Guest Blogger- Marine Tetrapods Fall Break Trip

I would like to introduce Leah Fisher, a student in Dr. Dave Owens’ Marine Tetrapods class. This class combines students from both the Marine Biology and Environmental Studies programs, and each year Dr. Owens takes his students on a trip. The Marine Biology Marine Tetrapods graduate class spent fall break traveling around Florida to see…

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